I design at the intersection of style and organic with Puddles, my Great Dane, by my side in the mountains of North Carolina surrounded by God's majestic and inspiring creation. My eye for knitwear ...
I design at the intersection of style and organic with Puddles, my Great Dane, by my side in the mountains of North Carolina surrounded by God's majestic and inspiring creation. My eye for knitwear meets caring about health, people, and the environment with the goal of connecting with others through high quality knitting patterns that feature eco yarns!
I hope you derive as much enjoyment in working up my patterns as I have had in creating them! Today is a great day to knit :-)
Pattern includes written directions, glossary, and is fully charted. Tech edited by Katherine Vaughan.
For the complete story behind the pattern, including photo tips, please check out my blog: "Insanity Meets Its Match." www.lnlecochicknits.blogspot.com
Optional: in order to alter the color wave, I stripped one strand of yarn off, flipped it, and rewound the yarn before beginning. This completely optional step changes the color wave from solid black on one end to solid cherry on the other. By rearranging the strands, I knit it up with 3 strands black and 1 strand cherry on one end and 3 strands cherry and 1 strand black on the other. However, the pattern looks great either way! This just provides a very unique effect.
Copyright assigned to Knit Eco Chic 2014. For pattern support, please contact Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
30 sts and 30 rows = 4"
480 yards of Fingering weight