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Havelock

from Ash Kearns Handknitting
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Havelock
Havelock
Havelock
Havelock
Havelock

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Lace Knitting (charted or written)

Pattern Description:

"Winter whispers in the wind as maple leaves fall around me, creating a carpet of fire ready to soothe the snow. "

The Havelock Cowl is the perfect cozy accessory to wear on a magical walk in an autumn wonderland. Its generous circumference can be worn over the shoulders, an ideal layer over a fall coat or as that extra bit of warmth in a drafty house. The interesting peaked lace edging pops in chunky tonal yarn, while architectural ribbing provides structure and warmth to the body of the cowl.

Havelock is worked in the round from the bottom up with no finishing. Instructions are given for four bust size ranges and the cowl circumference can easily be adjusted by adding or subtracting ten stitches. Lace instructions are provided in written and charted format.

Havelock Cowl is a fun knit for the experience and newer lace knitter. It's practical shape and unique lace edging will make it a staple layer in your cold weather wardrobe!

Gauge:

16 sts / 24 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch using 6mm needle or size to obtain gauge.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • To fit bust: 30-35, (35-40, 40-45, 45-50) inches Actual cowl circumference: 32.5, (37.5, 42.5, 47.5) inches Cowl circumference can be adjusted by adding or subtracting 10 sts.

Materials:

  • 3 skeins Cascade Jewel Hand Dye ( 142 yards/ 100 grams , 100% wool) OR 450, (500, 600, 700) yards Aran or Light Chunky weight yarn
  • 6mm 30" circular needle
  • Stitch markers
  • Wool needle

Suggested yarn:

600 yards of Chunky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Cascade Jewel Hand Dye
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$6.00

Beginner
Knitting
Accessory
Women
Neckwear
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I have been artistic all my life, but no medium has obsessed me more than knitting. I live with my needles in hand! After leaving a career in social work, I decided to make fiber art central in my ...

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