IMPORTANT: There are changes to VAT legislation for digital sales in the EU as of 1/1/2015 which means VAT at the rate applicable to the country of purchase has to be added to the price. As Craftsy is unable to deal with this & as a micro business I am unable to either, my patterns will be removed from sale on December 31st. Sorry to disappoint, but as a micro business, there is no other way unfortunately. My patterns will still be available on Ravelry, Loveknitting & Patternfish.
If Craftsy is able to collect & pay the VAT during 2015, then I'll re-establish my store.
This was inspired by the abundant lichen & moss in this damp area of the UK. It is a cosy cowl with an interesting but easily remembered pattern, making it the ideal quick knit for last minute gifts, as well as a useful accessory to see you through the cooler months. It is worked in two sizes, which could easily be adjusted for width as required. It makes a perfect partnership with the Lichen & Moss hat.
The cowl is worked in the round starting with an Alternate CO (instructions given) although another method could be used. It ends with an i-cord BO (again instructions are given).
The detailed instructions are both written and charted throughout and have been fully tested and tech edited.
There is pattern support on my Ravelry group here: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/suseknits as well as by email at email@example.com
NB: New regs in the EU (as of 13 june '14) mean that patterns aren't refundable after download. HOWEVER if you're unhappy in any way with your pattern I can still offer a refund / replacement. My T&Cs are here: http://www.suelazenbydesigns.com/p/the-small-print.html
There is also a copy included in the pattern.
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches in Lichen stitch
460 yards of DK weight
|Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized|
I live in rural mid Wales in a small house, well insulated with yarn. When not compulsively knitting shawls, I can be found pottering in my garden and finding inspiration from the welsh ...
I live in rural mid Wales in a small house, well insulated with yarn. When not compulsively knitting shawls, I can be found pottering in my garden and finding inspiration from the welsh countryside.
I've recently begun designing my own patterns and especially love working with texture and colours, although I love lace designs too. I try to create patterns that are easy to use and aimed at the advanced beginner who may like to try a new technique, for which I provide directions.
All my patterns are fully tested and professionally tech edited to make them as error proof as possible.