In the City (ebook collection)

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In the City (ebook collection) Pattern

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In the City (ebook collection) In the City Ebook Cover
In the City (ebook collection) Northern City Girl Cowl
In the City (ebook collection) City Girl Cowl Cover
In the City (ebook collection) Northern City Girl cinches tight!
In the City (ebook collection) City Girl styles in many different ways

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:

  • knit
  • purl
  • k2tog
  • slip
  • pass slipped stitch over
  • cast on
  • bind off
  • tendril (videos available)

Pattern Description:

"In the City" features both "City Girl Cowl" and "Northern City Girl Cowl" patterns in one exciting collection. Eco Chic Knits debut ebook presents both the knit flat (City Girl) and knit in the round (Northern City Girl) patterns. Each pattern features a different tendril technique method and a unique button. Knit one for yourself and give the other to your best friend, made as individual or similar as you like through color and bead choices.

"City Girl Cowl" is knit flat with a horizontal cast on and beaded tendrils featuring the slip 1, tendril 1, pass slipped stitch over method. Style it open on the shoulders or slouchy around your neck. Lying flat or upright, the beaded tendrils will cascade brilliantly. The custom beaded button is created with left over yarn and beads.

"Northern City Girl Cowl" is knit in the round with beaded tendrils featuring the slip 1, tendril 1, knit 2 together through the back loop method. Perfect for Northern climes where nips and chills are villainous, this cowl has an optional tightening feature to pull it close around the neck providing protection with high style.

Both tech edited advanced beginner patterns include written directions, charted directions, a glossary, pictures, and beaded button diagram. If you're new to tendrils, beads, or buttons, Eco Chic Knits has you covered. Check out one of the four You Tube videos demonstrating the s1t1psso tendril method, stranded beaded button from City Girl Cowl, s1t1k2togtbl tendril method, and I-cord beaded button from Northern City Girl Cowl.

Each project requires:
1 Skein Galler Yarns Inca Eco
130 glass beads (optional)
US 13/ 0.75mm steel crochet hook (for beading)
Yarn Needle

Additionally, City Girl Cowl requires:
US 8/ 5mm needles
US I-9/ 5.5mm crochet hook

Additionally, Northern City Girl Cowl requires:
US 7/ 4.5mm circular needles
US 7/ 4.5mm crochet hook

Copyright assigned to Knit Eco Chic 2014. For pattern support, please contact Lindsay at knitecochic@gmail.com.

Gauge:

16 sts and 26 rows = 4"/ 10cm in seed/ moss (city girl)
14 sts and 32 rows = 4"/ 10cm in seed/ moss (northern city girl)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 26"/ 66cm long by 5"/ 12.5cm wide (city girl)
  • 19"/ 48cm around by 4.25"/ 10.5cm tall (northern city girl)

Materials:

  • 1 skein galler yarns inca eco
  • US 8/ 5mm needles (city girl)
  • US 7/ 4.5mm circular needles (northern city girl)
  • US I-9/ 5.5mm crochet hook (city girl)
  • US 7/ 4.5mm crochet hook (northern city girl)
  • Yarn needle

You Will Also Need:

  • 130 glass beads (optional)
  • US 13/ 0.75mm steel crochet hook (for optional beading)

Suggested yarn:

140 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Galler Yarns/ Inca Eco

Colorway:

wine (city girl), aloe (northern city girl)

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