Altitude Cowls ~ Lace by Jenjoyce Design
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Altitude Cowls ~ Lace

Knitting
August 2015
Sport (12 wpi) ?
5.5 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch
in lace pattern
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
159 - 318 yards (145 - 291 m)
26" to 40" circumference
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“Altitude ~Lace” is now available in an e-book of three cowls called Altitude Cowls

A fun & fast weekend knit in sport or DK-weight using a very easy traditional lace pattern called “feather & fan” knit in-the-round with only knit stitch, knit-2-together & yarn-over from cast-on to bind-off. Use one 50g skein of luxury blend (shown in dusty rose), or 100g for a large, wrapping-twice-around size (shown modeled in light blue). Instruction includes several sizes. A thoroughly feminine and perfectly classic accessory. Extremely easy lace cowl goes fast with very little fuss makes it great for a beginner’s first lace project.

Note: This cowl is endlessly flexible to work in lace-weight to worsted-weight, in any size needle, for compact to open lace textures.

Wonderful accompaniment are Altitude Mitts ~ Lace

Prototype rose cowl made from one 50g skein in Road To China Light with 5 repeats and is 7” wide by 27” circumference. Roomy once-around, looks lovely pinned, but could wrap twice being very snug around neck.

Photo of light blue cowl is Isager Alpaca 2, knit with 4.5mm needles as well, a fine fingering-weight, giving more delicate fabric. Shown knit from one 50g skein with 5 repeats and is 18” wide/tall by 25” circumference, a perfect narrow ‘snood’ to pull up over head, or scrunch down around neck. For longer-circumference, wrapped-twice and enough length for loose fit, knit with 100g of fingering or sport weight, aiming for 8 to 9 repeats.

I invite Any & All who are knitting Altitude Cowl to bring questions, comments, great tutorial links, and otherwise general Altitude Cowl-related chattiness to my Jenjoyce Group which exists just for knitters of Jenjoyce’s patterns.