I have loved making things that involve using my hands ever since I was a very small child. Things have evolved since then. Sewing, quilting, smocking, embroidery, spinning and of course knitting ...
I have loved making things that involve using my hands ever since I was a very small child. Things have evolved since then. Sewing, quilting, smocking, embroidery, spinning and of course knitting and machine knitting. I have been designing my own knitting patterns for many years now, but more seriously during the last 5 years. Since 2008, my husband and I have been living aboard our sailings vessel "ONEDAY". We left Bayfield ON in August 2008 and up to this time, we have spent our time cruising the Eastern Seaboard and the Bahamas. For a couple of months each year, we return to our home in Ontario where I love to teach knitting classes which I create around my own designs. I have paterns for sale on Craftsy, Knit Picks, Etsy and on Ravelry also. You can find me under my name, Linda Sellick or "ONEDAYDESIGNS". To follow my blog, please go to: http://www.savedbyart.com/onedaydesigns/View all patterns by designer (18) »
This lacy cowl is both fashionable and functional. You will be warm and cozy but look good at the same time.
The cowl is knit in the round making this a fast and easy project which takes very little yarn.
The cowl starts with a provisional cast on (instructions included) and progresses into the simple lace stitch pattern, which is easy to follow using either the written or the lace chart form.
The top and bottom edges are completed by working an applied I Cord cast off (instructions included) which gives an attractive finished edge.
This cowl matches my "Fancy Free Fingers" mitts.
12sts = 10cm using a 6.00mm needle in "Fancy Free" Lace Stitch Pattern. Gauge to be measured after blocking.
150 meters of Worsted weight