Ice River Snood by Helen Stewart

Ice River Snood

by Helen Stewart
November 2015
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 10 - 6.0 mm
250 yards (229 m)
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Knit in the round from cushy yarn that’s as soft as mist rising over a frozen river, the Ice River Snood is warm and snug enough to see you through an afternoon of skating, sledding, or holiday errands around town. An easy lace pattern mimics the effect of cables and brings to mind the fascinating shapes of ripples and waves suspended in time by a sudden cold snap.

The bulky yarn means that this is a super-fast knit, even for beginners. It’s also easy to adapt to another yarn, or adjust the size to fit anyone from a toddler to an abominable snowman. Make one for yourself and one for a friend, or even knit an extra to have in reserve for a last-minute emergency gift.

Approximately 71cm (28”)
41cm (16” ) wide

The Fibre Company Tundra 60% Baby alpaca, 30% Merino wool, 10% Silk, 109m/120yds per 100g skein
MC: 2 x 100g skeins, Colour: Snowdrift
CC: 0.25 x 100g skein, Colour: Glacier
MC: 2 x 100g skeins of bulky weight yarn totaling approximately 218m/240yds
CC: 0.25 x 100g skein of bulky weight yarn totaling approximately 28m/30yds

6mm (US 10), 40cm (16”) long
circular needles (or size to obtain

Tapestry needle
1 Stitch marker

12 sts/20 rows = 10cm (4”) in
stockinette stitch after blocking