Eyelet of the Tiger by Stefanie Goodwin-Ritter
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Eyelet of the Tiger

Knitting
October 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
325 yards (297 m)
One Size Fits Most: Approx. 35” Circumference 17.5” width x 8” height when measured flat
This pattern is available from bijoubasinranch.com for $6.00.

This lacy cowl is fun to knit using a succession of stitch patterns to complement hand-dyed yarn.

Skill Level
Intermediate

Sizing
One Size Fits Most: Approx. 35” Circumference 17.5” width x 8” height when measured flat

Materials
1 skein Bijou Basin Ranch Himalayan Summit fingering weight yarn in Old Fashion Villain (50% Tibetan Yak / 50% Super fine Merino, 325 yards (100 grams)
US #5 24” Circular Needles Stitch markers
Darning Needle

Gauge
24 stitches and 32 rounds = 4” in stockinette stitch

NOTE: This cowl is designed to be knit with just 1 skein of Himalayan Summit and, as written, uses up just about every bit of yarn! I used a long-tail cast on, using both ends of the skein so that I didn’t run out of yarn - you can find an excellent photo tutorial here: http://www.laurachau.com/kal-tutorial- in nite-long-tail-co. Another yarn-saving option is the crochet cast-on (here is a good tutorial: https://blog.weareknitters.com/knitting-tips/ cast-on-stitches-with-crochet-hook/).

This pattern is available as a project kit from bijoubasinranch.com.

You can also purchase individual copies here.