Jazz-y Sliding-Knot I-Cord Necklace by G. K. Green
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Jazz-y Sliding-Knot I-Cord Necklace

October 2011
Lace ?
US 4 - 3.5 mm
35 - 50 yards (32 - 46 m)
Customizable to fit any neck
This pattern is available for free.

Note: Direct-pattern PDF link replaced (after SWTC site redesign) with new pattern-page link. New page requires knitter to state name of free pattern requested and provide e-mail address for PDF delivery.

(During this June 2017 revision, Ravelry mandatory 50-character limit for pattern title enforced -- had not been activated when originally published in October 2011 -- so edited title to comply, placing original pattern title -- “Jazz-y Sliding-Knot I-Cord Necklace with Your Pendant” -- in Alias field.)

This pattern has 574 downloads from soysilk.com as of 01 July 2012.

(Previously, this pattern had 286 downloads from soysilk.com as of 27 December 2011.)

Additional gauge/needle information:

Four-stitch I-cord diameter (flattened) = approximately 1/4-3/8”.

If US Size 4 needles do not result in specified I-cord gauge, try US Size 3 or 5 instead, as always in knitter’s preference of DPNs, straights, or circulars used as straights.

Additional materials needed:

  • Yarn needle (for finishing).
  • Your choice of pendant (optional).

Different colors of yarn:

The photo shows A007, but there are eight (8) colors of SWTC Jazz, and all swatch beautifully for this design. If you are adding the optional pendant, be sure to consider its composition when selecting your yarn color.

Sterling (shown) paired best with A007, while A004 highlights pewter extemely well, and reddish jasper paired with A001 was simply stunning. A few other design combinations sure to bring compliments are bright coral with A002, deep green jade with A003, black obsidian with A004 (again), turquoise with A006, ivory with A005, and palest smoky brown topaz with A008.

Also be sure to check out the accompanying pictured design, Le Jazz Hot … a festive choker-style necklace available without charge in time for holiday parties!