Elk in the Woods by Juju Vail and Susan Cropper
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Elk in the Woods

Knitting
December 2011
Sport (12 wpi) ?
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm

Available from the book Juju’s Loops!

The inspiration for these came from our own winter wardrobes. A lot of our clothes are loose fitting, with low necklines and short sleeves, which can sometimes be a little drafty. The neck wrap and wrist warmers are small pieces, perfect for using up odd amounts of left over yarn. They could be dk yarns as well, since the size isn’t too crucial. Close the neck wrap with a shawl pin or pretty brooch.

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Yarn:
madelinetosh Pashmina: 75% superwash wool, 15% silk, and 10% cashmere, 100g = 329m/360yds, 1 skein
Colour shown: Tern

Gauge:
Neck Wrap: centre panel measures 5cm/2in at narrowest part and 6cm/2.25in at widest
Wrist Warmers: centre panel measures 4.5cm/1.75in at narrowest part and 5.5cm/2.25in at widest

Needles:
The Neck Wrap is worked on larger needles to create better drape, while the Wrist Warmers are knit on smaller needles to scale down the size and keep your wrists cosy.
4mm/US 6 straight or circular needles for Neck Wrap
2.75mm/US 2 straight or circular needles for Wrist Warmers

Notions: cable needle, darning needle, 2 approx. 11.5mm/.45in buttons for wrist warmers - we used Oblong Mirror Glass buttons from Loop