This is a double-knit lace cowl in luscious Anzula Dreamy superwash merino/cashmere/silk yarn. It has a really nice drape for a double-knit piece, and the combination of lace and two layers makes it an ideal 3-season garment. As with all my patterns, every technique you'll need is explained with pictures, when possible. Double-knit lace is surprisingly easy to achieve, and you'll soon find yourself cruising through this pattern in ample time to have it ready for the Fall and early Winter that it's so well suited for. And even if it may not be best worn in the coldest midwinter, it can make a reappearance alongside its namesake as you begin to see the spring greens and new-growth browns that the colors were chosen to represent.
16.5 stitches and 29 rows = 4 inches in blocked pattern
768 yards of Fingering weight
I got started knitting about a decade ago, and through dedicated focus (or sheer lunacy) I have built myself into a world authority on double-knitting, a technique which can be used to make knitted ...
I got started knitting about a decade ago, and through dedicated focus (or sheer lunacy) I have built myself into a world authority on double-knitting, a technique which can be used to make knitted fabric with no wrong side. I've written a book entitled "Extreme Double-Knitting" which was published in October of 2011 on Cooperative Press. I'm on Craftsy as an instructor but I'm sure even I can still learn some things here.View all patterns by designer (2) »