San Francisco designer Kyle Kunnecke has a not-so-secret passion for colorwork. Tirelessly creative, he puts himself to sleep at night dreaming of new design concepts, collaborations and outreach ...
San Francisco designer Kyle Kunnecke has a not-so-secret passion for colorwork. Tirelessly creative, he puts himself to sleep at night dreaming of new design concepts, collaborations and outreach projects.
Through his fiber workshops he provides inspiration to his students; exploring the skills necessary to continue their personal knitting journeys.
His patterns are published in numerous knitting books and magazines, by yarn companies, and under his label, Kyle William. His book, Urban Knit Collection: 18 City-Inspired Knitting Patterns for the Modern Wardrobe is available wherever fine craft books are sold.
Learn more about Kyle and his work: www.kylewilliam.com.
Emeline, comfortable and stylish, celebrates the unpredictable and unexpected adventures of working simultaneously with two skeins of Noro Silk Garden Lite. The pattern, inspired by 18th Century ironwork, is interesting to knit and satisfying to wear. As a compliment to the rigid structure of the chart, gentle color changes within the yarn guarantee a unique hat. This pattern requires intermediate knitting knowledge including: working in the round, two-color ribbing, reading charts, simple stranded color work and decreasing, all on double point needles. To learn more about Kyle and his work, please visit: www.kylewilliam.com. Photography (c) 2012 Kyle Kunnecke.
Photography (c) 2012 Kyle Kunnecke
26 stitches and 26 rounds = 4" in stranded pattern
272 yards of DK weight