Knot Again by Tracy Purtscher
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Knot Again

January 2014
Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch on largest needles
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 10 - 6.0 mm
763 yards (698 m)
One Size Fits Most


Many thanks to all who have asked to be notified when I have updated and released the pattern.


The release of this patten has been postponed.


I have been working on a book. It is being published by Soho Publishing/Sixth & Spring and will be released Fall 2016.

I hope you will understand the deadlines I face for the book are the priority and this pattern may not see the light of day again until December or January.

This pattern is no longer available through Skacel.
I expect to release an updated and reformatted pattern. Please leave a comment if you would like to be notified.

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate


One size approx 9.5” wide by 62” long

Featured Yarn: Nimbus by Zitron, 100% organic Merino Wool 109
yds / 50g skein. Shown in #414 (Silver). Seven (7) balls needed.

addi Needles:
4.5 mm (approx US 7) 16” circular needle
5.0 mm (approx US 8) 16” circular needle
6.0 mm (approx US 10) 16” circular needle
or sizes needed to obtain gauge

Purse Handles: Jul Designs HR-33 (Madrid) 18” leather purse
handles (shown in Aubergine). Two handles needed.

Additional Notions: Tapestry needle; 11 removable stitch markers;
approx 20 yds of waste yarn or multiple stitch holders.

All yarn and needles distributed by skacel collection, Inc.

1) Waste yarn is used in this pattern to create modified provisional
cast ons and to put stitches on hold. Stitch holders may also be
used to the same effect.
2) Knot the two handles together as shown in Knotting Diagram A.
3) Knot the Stockinette Stitch tether strips to the handle rings as
shown in Knotting Diagram B.
4) Stretch the Stockinette Stitch strips lengthwise to encourage them
to curl and form cords.
5) Each Elongated Stitch (EK) is marked with a removable stitch marker.