Love Actually is all around
- The slip knot for the cast on should not be knit but removed from the needle once all other cast on stitches are worked.
- The slip stitch indicated in the chart should be worked at the start of the round but is not necessary for all other repeats in the round.
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Double knitting is a technique that allows you to create two layers of fabric at once by working pairs of stitches together. Double knits have no wrong side because of this, making it a wonderful technique when the “wrong side” can be seen. It is a great way to work a color pattern that is shown in negative on the opposite side of the fabric and unlike stranding, you have a smooth fabric on both sides.
This cowl uses double knitting and a fun pattern layout to create something that looks good from every direction. The extra layer of fabric makes for a thick cushy accessory to help keep you warm during the bitter days of winter.
Gauge is measured in double knit stockinette stitch.
Madelinetosh Tosh DK 100% superwash merino; 225yd/206m per 100g skein;
MC Tart; 1 skein
CC Calligraphy; 1 skein
Pattern will use slightly more than half of each skein.