Spring Light Lace Mesh Cowl by Lavish Craft

Spring Light Lace Mesh Cowl

Knitting
February 2012
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
19 stitches = 4 inches
in K2 P2 ribbing
US 8 - 5.0 mm
190 - 260 yards (174 - 238 m)
one size, knit to any height
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Spring Light Lace Mesh Cowl or Snood

Beginning lace project. Just a single round of 3 sts to memorize!

Worked bottom up, in the round.

Ribbing intro and exit rounds frame the pretty lace mesh.

No blocking necessary.

Stitch pattern looks nice tighter or more open.

Easily worked longer or shorter.

Materials

US 8(5 mm) 16” (40 cm) long circular needles
~ or size that gets gauge
190 - 267 yards (176 – 244 m) worsted weight yarn - Gradient sample used 1 196 yd (180 m) ball Knit One Crochet Too TyDy #289 and measures 15” (38 cm tall)
Row counter
Stitch marker
Darning needle

Gauge

Gauge is not critical but will affect width and yardage

Sample gauge (unblocked)
19 sts in K2, P2 ribbing = 4”(10cm)

Measurements

Sample 17” (43 cm) around at ribbing by 15” (38 cm)tall over all.
The lace mesh is very stretchy and will expand length and/or width-wise.

I had just the one ball of this lovely Ty Dy cotton and wanted to do something special with it that would accentuate and not obscure the gorgeous mirrored color striping, but still have some patterning more than simple K n P and this was what I came up with. * Note: If you use the Ty Dy and knit longer/shorter than the 15 +/- inches you get with one ball it will not mirror the colors as shown.