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The Light & Lacy Cascading Waves Cowlette is perfect for when the weather is turning a little warmer, but you’d still like a little something to help take the chill off. It’s light, it’s lacy, it’s beautiful, AND it only uses one hank of yarn! You can adapt it to be a long infinity scarf, however the yarn quantities will increase.
It’s very simple to adapt for a larger size, but be aware that your yarn quantity will vary. I do recommend the yarn that I used, or something similar in a heavier fingering weight. I did another sample in a light fingering weight and it came out a couple inches smaller. However, casting on another 24 stitches should do the trick to make the circumference closer to the pattern size.
There is a video that I created on YouTube that is specific to this stitch technique for you (you can click on the box below or click here to see it on YouTube). The German Twist Cast On works really well for this stitch, however you’re welcome to use preferred method; I just recommend that it’s a little stretchy.
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Circumference: 34 inches (86.36 cm);
Height: 15 inches (38.1 cm)
Gauge in Stockinette Stitch:
22 Sts x 25 Rows = 4”
- Hawthorne Kettle Dye Fingering Weight (80% Superwash Fine Highland Wool, 20% Polyamide; 357 yards / 100 grams) in color Poseidon – 1 hank
- Size US 4 / 3.5mm circular knitting needles with 15” cable (24” total length when including needles)
- 8 stitch markers (Make sure that one is different so that you can use it to mark the beginning of the round)
- Tapestry needle & Scissors
- The recommended yarn is a slightly heavier fingering weight (almost like a sport weight); if you choose to use lighter yarn, you may want to cast on an additional 24 stitches for one more pattern repeat to make it closer to the indicated circumference.
- To adjust the circumference width, add or subtract in multiples of 24 sts; to adjust height, add or subtract rows in increments of 12.
- Place a stitch marker between each repeat of 24 sts on Round 1 to allow for easier tracking of repeats between the *.
- Click here for the video tutorial for the Cascading Waves Knit Stitch in the Round, scroll to the top portion of this post or visit: https://youtu.be/xcXDPf0umLU
K2tog: Knit 2 stitches together
Psso: Pass slipped stitch over
Sl1, k2tog, psso: Slip next stitch, knit 2 together, then pass slipped stitch over.
Sl wyif: Slip 1 stitch purlwise with yarn in front
Ssk: Slip, slip, knit
Yo: Yarn over
Directions for the Light & Lacy Cascading Waves Cowlette
Cast on 192 using the German Twist Cast on; join in the round taking care not to twist your stitches & place a unique or different colored stitch marker to designate beginning of the round
Knit one round
1: *K1, yo, k5, ssk, (p1, k1) × 3, p1, k2tog, k5, yo, k2; rep * around
2: *K2, yo, k5, ssk, (k1, p1) × 2, k1, k2tog, k5, yo, k3; rep * around
3: *K3, yo, k5, ssk, p1, k1, p1, k2tog, k5, yo, k4; rep * around
4: *K4, yo, k5, ssk, k1, k2tog, k5, yo, k5; rep * around
5: *K5, yo, k5, sl1, k2tog, psso, k5, yo, k6; rep * around
7: *Sl wyif × 2, p1; rep * around
8 – 11: Repeat rounds 6 – 7
Pattern Repeat Instructions
Repeat rounds 1-12 five more times
Repeat rounds 1-6 once more
Knit one more round
Bind off knitwise
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