The name for this pattern derives from Madeira Cascade, the traditional Shetland lace pattern used throughout.
Cascadia is knitted from the bottom up to take advantage of the way the lace pattern works, producing a scalloped edge as well as an overall design. On completing the knitting, the 9 remaining stitches are grafted together.
The pattern includes written instructions for the lace as well as charts.
The yarn used is hand-dyed Literally Yarn, which is only available in small quantities in any colour. To substitute, choose a smooth lace weight yarn of about 800 metres / 874 yards to 100g.