Jacinth by Anne Podlesak


May 2018
Oceanwind Knits Fingering Single
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Jacinth pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
0.75 mm
434 yards (397 m)
One size: 56 inches (142.25 cm) circumference, 13 ½ inches (34.25 cm) depth
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Jacinth is a lightweight, drapey cowl that can be work long, or doubled-up as a warmer layer around your neck. It features a beaded lace pattern and delicate beaded picot edging.

Jacinth is knit using a lightweight fingering-weight yarn, Oceanwind Knits Fingering Single, 100% merino wool. It features a lace pattern that reminded me of spring hyacinths, which is decorated with small, size 8 seed beads. The bottom edge also features a pretty beaded picot finish.

Oceanwind Knits Fingering Single is available as a special order yarn (scroll to the bottom of the page for details) https://oceanwindknits.indiemade.com/content/yarns


  • Wear long or double for a warmer layer around the neck.
  • Beautifully drapey and perfect as an extra layer.
  • Pretty overall lace and beaded pattern with beaded picot edge.

56 inches (142.25 cm) circumference, 13 ½ inches (34.25 cm) depth


  • Yarn: Oceanwind Knits Fingering Single; fingering weight: 100% superwash Merino wool; 434 yds (397 m) per 4 oz (115 g) skein; colorway: Brambles; 1 skein.
  • Beads: Size 8 seed beads. Sample used dark AB rainbow. You will need exactly 327 beads to work pattern as written.

Jacinth pattern is part of Filament No. 6 Spring 2018. Love this pattern? Please see more designs in the Filament Ravelry Store, featuring knitting designs by Anne Podlesak and Kathleen Dames.

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