Miss Julie

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Miss Julie Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Girls



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • k2tog (knit 2 together)
  • yo (yarn over)
  • ssk (slip, slip knit 2 slipped sts together)
  • kfbf (knit into front and back and front)

Pattern Description:

Miss Julie was inspired by a dear friend who is to wed at the end of the summer. Fashioned after her quirky spirit and love of beauty, this pattern was designed to make her smile through her last long summer as a single lady. I named it "Miss Julie" as a lighthearted tease to honor her determination in waiting for her perfect match, Charles.

The pattern is a simple twist on the standard "k2tog, yo," is accented with six ruffles and a beautiful knit rosette. Knit in Americo Original's cotton flamme, the choice of the socially responsible yarn reflects Julie's Eco-conscious approach.

This skinny scarf is perfect for summer! The skinny width and the yarn overs keep you cool in style. The cotton yarn is slubbed allowing for extra air flow.

The pattern includes written directions, a glossary, a chart, and of course, pictures. Tech Edited by Katherine Vaughan.

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


5.5 sts/ inch
10 rows/ inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 5' 6" x 2"


  • 1 skein Americo Originals Cotton Flame
  • US 6 circular needles 48" long
  • US 2 circular needles 48" long
  • US 3 circular needles any length OR DPN

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Americo Original's Pima Cotton Lace

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A gift received became a passion embraced...

While hospitalized for a long while, I sought an enjoyable distraction from the daily drudgery of medical tests. Having learned some basic knitting skills as a young girl from my talented Baba and very creative great grandmother, I decided to again try my hand at this craft. Knitting quickly became a passion as a single sweater accelerated into ...

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