- Cm and Inches
- One Size
- A4 and US letter
Materials you need at home:
- Du Store Alpakka, Dreamline Soul in DL204 Greybrown: 3 skeins; 530 m held together with:
- Pickles, Merino Tweed in PMT5508 Nature: 2 skeins; 530 m. Or another DK/8 ply yarn held singularly.
- 4 mm/US 6 DPNs or a long circular needle (80 cm/32") for the magic loop method.
- Stitch markers, and yarn needle.
A shadow diamond cable dominates this generous cowl, made to dress up the Oydis Sweater. The opposite side of the cowl is in rib with garter stitches in the side to make it fold neatly. The cowl, with or without the sweater, is an ideal accessory for the Goddess of good luck; Oydis A fine tweed yarn is held together with an alpaca lace yarn, with a chain construction, to create a fabric with a beautiful stitch definition and a slight halo. Size: One Size Finished Measurements: Circumference 34 cm/13.5" Length: 122 cm/48" Yarn: Du Store Alpakka, Dreamline, Soul (68% baby alpaca, 32% nylon, 25 g, 177 m/195 yds). Sample is knitted in DL204 Greybrown: 3 skeins; 530 m/580 yds. Held together with: Pickles, Merino Tweed (100% wool, 100 g, 380 m/415 yds). Sample is knitted in PMT5508 Nature: 2 skeins; 530 m/580 yds. Note: One strand of each yarn is held together throughout. Or another DK/8 ply yarn held singularly.
Needles: 4 mm/US 6 DPNs or a long circular needle (80 cm/32") for the magic loop method. Adjust needle size as needed to match gauge.
Notions: Stitch markers, and yarn needle.
Gauge: 20 sts and 30 rows in st st measures 10 cm/4" square.
I design knitwear that are classic with a stylish twist and a textural feel for strong independent women, who have found their style. I aim for an elegant style, but love seeing knitters giving my designs a more edgy, funky style. My garments can be moulded by you, to fit your style. As a designer I aim to create garments you can wear for work, leisure and parties or special occasions, preferably all in one garment which you can dress down or up as you wish. Challenging knits, is what I am passionate about. I want to share with you the sense of accomplishment as well as joy, the making and finishing of a knitted garment gives. So that you can be proud to wear your handmade knits.