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the changeling collar

Knitting
November 2013
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
US 3 - 3.25 mm
XS (S: M: L: XL)
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♥ the changeling collar ♥

Fairies like to keep their options open.
Luckily for them, this little reversible collar
can be flipped & worn two different ways.
On the flipside, fairies hate to make decisions.
Looks like the changeling collar will keep them
twirling to decide in front of the mirror all day!

you can get this pattern 2 different ways:

  1. it is featured in my new book Woodland knits.
  2. you can download the pdf right here on this page ♥

the technical stuff
This pattern does feature some simple crochet edgings in
US american notation.

Sizes: XS (S: M: L: XL)

Measurements:
This collar should be worn very close to the neck almost like a choker. Measure your neck at the smallest part to determine size. 12-12.5, (13-13.5: 14-14.5: 15-15.5: 16-16.5)

Notions: a small shaft button, stitch markers,
A pair of US 3 (3.25 mm) needles circular or straight,
size C crochet hook, tapestry needle.

Yarns used: 4-ply or fingering weight yarn such as:
Knit Picks Palette, 50 g - 231 yds - 211 m, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool. 1 ball of each color.
MC1: 25543 Larch Heather (dark green)
MC2: 24006 Verdant Heather (light green)
CC1: 24012 Iris Heather (light purple)
CC2: 24259 Huckleberry Heather (darker purple)
CC3: 25100 Serpentine (antique bronze)

(the last photo of the pink collar was my first
draft and was knitted in jamieson’s shetland
spindrift in blue and koigu in pink. the flower
chart can be found in the beekeeper’s quilt pattern.)

Tension/gauge:
Work 26 sts and 34 rows to measure 4x4” in St stitch using US 3 or 3.25mm needles with MC.