Ketcham by Tanya Thomann

Ketcham

Knitting
August 2016
cjkoho Designs Boyne
cjkoho Designs Boyne
DK (11 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in unblocked zig zag stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
300 - 320 yards (274 - 293 m)
one
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Skills needed: crochet cast on, knit, decrease, Kitchener stitch

Description of pattern: This simple, tubular cowl allows the knitter to use small bits of hand painted yarn or combine two contrasting colors to highlight the varying widths of zig-zagging stripes. Ketcham was designed to work with the Dinner Party series of yarns dyed by cjkoho Designs based on work by Judy Chicago celebrating the accomplishments of women in history; although it will look lovely in any DK weight yarn.Itisnamed for Emily Burton Ketcham, a Michigan native. She is best known for being a charter member of the Grand Rapids, Michigan suffrage groups, and began her work to earn women the right to vote in 1873 when she fought to remove gender as a qualification for voting.

To learn more about Ketcham, search for her at the Michigan Women’s Historical Center and Hall of Fame http://www.michiganwomenshalloffame.org/Images/Ketcham,%2...

To learn more about The Dinner Party, find information at Judy Chicago’s website. http://www.judychicago.com/

SIZE One Size

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 26.5” circumference x 6.5” tall

MATERIALS MC cjkoho Designs Boyne BFL (182 m/59 gm skein) or Ontonagen Polworth/Silk (182/m per 62gm skein) Color: Chalice Gold 1 skein

CC cjkoho Designs Boyne BFL (46 m/15 gm skein) or Ontonagen Polworth/Silk (46 m/16 gm skein) Colors: Fertile Goddess 1 skein, Hrosvitha 1 skein, Emily Dickinson 1 skein

16”inch US #6/4.00mm circular needle, or size needed to get gauge a second, smaller 16” circular needle

Notions required:stitch marker, darning needle, three yards of a scrap yarn

GAUGE 26 sts/26 rows = 4”in unblocked zigzag stitch