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Genevieve Cowl


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Lightweight, chic, and ultra-feminine, the Genevieve Cowl looks and feels like a luxurious treat. Knit in the round with not a seam in sight and featuring an airy stitch pattern, it is like a downy plush cloud. Stretchy, voluminous, and generously sized, it has a beautiful drape, and can be looped around your neck twice for extra warmth. Pamper yourself or a loved one with a Genevieve during the colder months or at any time of the year. "Genevieve" is ideally suited for advanced beginners looking for a circularly knit and simple lace pattern that knits up fairly quickly. Featuring a flowing meditative design, and a very rewarding finished object, it will also be enjoyed by more experienced knitters. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, work in the round, know basic increases and decreases GAUGE 16 sts / 21 rows = 4" (10cm) (in stockinette st) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Width: 7.75" (20cm) Length (overall): 42" (107cm) (approx.) (after light blocking)

Supplies Needed

  • 250 yards (230 m) of Heavy Worsted/Chunky weight yarn (with a "fuzzy halo")
  • US 9 (5.5 mm) 36" (90cm) circular knitting needle (or size needed to obtain gauge)
  • tapestry needle

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Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art
Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art
I am a wearable fiber artist and designer-maker of hand-knit and crochet fashion accessories, clothing, and textile jewelry. I have been experimenting with textures, colors, shapes, and drape since 2007. Each piece in my collection is an original design, created entirely by hand, one stitch at a time, in New York. I work almost exclusively with natural materials, including merino wool, baby alpaca, silk, cashmere, and fine cottons. I exhibit my designs at juried contemporary fine craft & design shows, including American Craft Council Show, CraftBoston, and others. In Fall 2014 I will be part of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. Featured in numerous print and online publications, my work was honored with the 2014 NICHE Award in Fashion Accessories.