Convertible by Beth Whiteside

Convertible

Knitting
January 2019
Sport (12 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 29 rows = 4 inches
in Staggering Little Holes eyelet pattern
US 8 - 5.0 mm
340 - 360 yards (311 - 329 m)
One size: 19˝ [48.5 cm] around at the top, 33¼˝ [84.5 cm] around the bottom
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Imagine: a little red convertible, the Pacific Coast Highway, you and your bestie. Sunglasses on, wind in your face, and the scenery
rolls by, sand and beach and mountains. You’re a star in your own movie. And your hair is kept perfectly coiffured by the cowl that can be worn up on the road and down around town.

Convertible is knit from the neck down in the round, with increases shaping the lower skirt.

Multicolor yarns may pool color in unexpected ways in the skirt portion as the number of stitches increases. Dyeing method is the main reason for this and is part of the charm of hand-dyed yarn!

Use any hand dye you like; the blue and pinky/white versions were made with a single skein of Madeline Tosh Pashmina. The blue and orange version is of unknown origin. If anybody recognizes it, please let me know what it is!