Luna Vine Cowl by Kelene Kinnersly

Luna Vine Cowl

Knitting
February 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Luna Vine
US 4 - 3.5 mm
250 - 500 yards (229 - 457 m)
Two Sizes= Easily Adjustable
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The delicate textured motif is created combing twisted stitches and lace It adds dimension that looks complex, although, it’s simple enough for adventurous first time lace project. Are you ready to try lace?

Luna Vine was designed from my desire to knit everyday wearable lace. Cowls allow for this luxury. One skein of your favourite fingering yarn, knits a double loop, half a skein for single loop. The joy of provisional cast on, allow you to use the most of your yarn or knit to your desired length.
It’s knit sideways, with a very soft picot edging, adding elegance to your everyday wear.

Finished Measurements:
Unblocked: Single Loop: 19”x 9” /48 x 23 cm
Double Loop: 45” x 9” /114 x 23 cm
Blocked
Single Loop: 25”/ 63.5 cm x 12” /30.5 cm
Double Loop- 62” x 12 “/ 157 cm x 30.5 cm

Yarn: Approx.: 200 (463) yards / 183 (423) m fingering Weight yarn. Sample used 1 skein of Luna Grey Athena Sock, in Cinnamon

Notes: Cinnamon Cowl was aggressively blocked, but picots were not
Blue Cowl was made in RedSockBlueSock aggressively blocked, all picots were individually blocked!! Skein produced 21 repeats

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