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A little bit of lacy luxury about my chin always makes me feel beautiful (and clever, too)! Vanora is a pretty and practical fluted lace cowl to knit up in your favorite cozy sport weight yarn. It is shaped by changing needle size, so no increasing in pattern required. The body of the cowl features an interesting and angular pendant lace motif (I think it looks like little church steeples). The top and bottom feature a double hem with a picot edging. The top of the double hem edge is wide, handy in case a sudden weather change calls you to pull your Vanora cowl up over your head to cover your ears. This also gives the cowl good standing structure when pooled about your shoulders. With little details like a double hem, an interesting lace pattern and a practical shape, you will enjoy knitting and wearing your Vanora lace cowl this season! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knitting in the round Lace Knitting (charted or written) Provisional cast-on (instructions given) GAUGE Approx. 24 sts = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch using 3.5mm needle or size to obtain gauge. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Circumference- Top 23", Bottom 30" Depth- 19" SUGGESTED YARN 450 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Americo Dehaired Baby Llama COLORWAY Natural

Recommended with this pattern

  • 16" to 20" circular needles in the following sizes: 3mm, 3.5mm, 4mm, 4.5mm, 5mm
  • 2 skeins Americo original Dehaired Baby Llama or 450 yards sport weight yarn
  • Stitch markers

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Ash Kearns Handknitting
Ash Kearns Handknitting
I have been artistic all my life, but no medium has obsessed me more than knitting. I live with my needles in hand! After leaving a career in social work, I decided to make fiber art central in my life. I got started in the fiber craft industry managing Mary Maxim Boutique in Toronto and as a Designer Assistant for Americo Original. In May 2012, I moved to Guelph, Ontario to further pursue an artistic life. As a newer indie designer, I am building my brand, Ash Kearns Handknitting and publishing regularly. I currently display my designs and teach regularly in Guelph, Ontario at All Strung Out Fine Yarns.