Lacy cowl knitted in the round. Very textured with the use of wrapped stitches, lace, little bobbles and picot hems.
All special techniques are explained with the help of pictures. Charts and written instructions provided.
This pattern is for intermediate level knitters. Skills necessary are knitting in the round, simple cabling, bobbles, increasing and decreasing.
Knit it with the recommended yarn in DK weight, or with fingering weight yarn, held double.
This pattern is an ample one size.
Yardage: 155 metres (170 yards) if using DK yarn.
Approx. 320 metres (350 yards) if using fingering weight yarn.
Optional: laceweight or contrast DK/fingering weight yarn for turning the hem.
Pictured in colourways Fern 629 (Kidsilk Haze) and
Avocado 419 (Pure Wool 4ply).
22 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch
170 yards of DK weight
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