Weinstock, Ger. grapevine, whose name so chosen as the yarn color reflects the withering grapevines prevalent in both our old home of Naples, Italy and present home of Stuttgart, Germany. The woven texture, achieved by slipped stitches, further represents the twisting of grapevines.
This cowl pattern is ideal for highlighting hand-dyed, variegated and handspun yarns.
ERRATA: The tubular cast on instructions are incorrect. My deepest apologies. Please see the following instructions below:
With waste yarn and smaller needles cast-on 76 (152) sts in the Long-Tail CO. Distribute and join sts for working in the round.
Switch to your working yarn and work as:
Round 1: *K1, yo; rep from *
Round 2: P1, *k1, slip 1 purl-wise with yarn in front; rep from *.
Round 3: *P1, sl1 pwise with yarn in back; rep from *.
Repeat Rounds 2 and 3 one more time.
Switch to the indicated size needles and work 11 ribbing until desired depth.
Finally, carefully remove waste yarn.
21 sts x 32 rounds = 4 inches (In stitch pattern)
210 yards of Worsted weight
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Kerrie James, owner of dyod*Studio and host of Destiknit the Podcast, considers herself a well-rounded fiber artist who designs, knits, spins, crochets, weaves, sews, felts and dyes and plans to ...
Kerrie James, owner of dyod*Studio and host of Destiknit the Podcast, considers herself a well-rounded fiber artist who designs, knits, spins, crochets, weaves, sews, felts and dyes and plans to tackle quilting in 2012.
Kerrie aims to live by her own motto: *design your own destiny and encourages others to do the same.