Barbara Pattern

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Knitting: Barbara
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic knitting skills, provisional cast-on, basic lace knowledge

Pattern Description:

My mother-in-law Barbara loved the mountains. She spent many a day at our family cabin. The cabin sits in a forested area along side a beautiful lake. It was her little piece of paradise.
The stitch pattern I selected for her cowl reminds me of the trees and mountains that surround the cabin. The cowl is knit flat and then twisted and joined into a mobius. Wear it long, wound around your neck or over your shoulders.
I'll be wearing mine every time I'm at the cabin, and I'll be remembering Barbara.

Gauge:

6 stitches/inche over stockinette stitch after blocking

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approximate size after blocking: circumference: 42", length: 12"

Materials:

  • Valley Yarns Charlemont [60% Fine Superwash Merino / 20% Mulberry Silk /20% Polyamide, 100g, 439 yds] colorway: Teal Blue - 1 skein
  • OR
  • Pico Accuardi Dyeworks - Naturally Dyed BFL [100% Blue Faced Leicester, 100g, 400 yds colorway: Stumptown Brown- 1 skein
  • 24" circular needles size US 5/3.75mm or size needed to obtain gauge.

You Will Also Need:

  • yarn needle
  • waste yarn

About Designer

About Designer

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Having learned to knit and crochet at an early age, fiber arts have always been an important part of Debbi's life. She chronicles her life, her family and her designs at goddessknitters.blogspot.com and most recently at www.thestitchesofmylifedesigns.com. She can be found on Ravelry as cockeyed and on Twitter as cockeye. Debbi's family consists of two great daughters, two terrific ...

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