Knotts View

September 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in SPA and SPB Stitch
5.5 mm (I)
474 yards (433 m)
One Size
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Knotts View

Knotts View is a stylish crochet cowl worked in two colours and a textured geometric stitch. It uses Lore to create a playful fabric that is as fun to crochet as it is to wear. Wear it around the house to keep your neck snuggly and warm or under your coat as a protective layer from the elements.

One Size

Circumference: 66 cm (26.5 in)
Height: 20 cm (7.75 in)

The Fibre Co. Lore (100% lambswool), 250 m (273 yd) per 100g hank) in Stable (A) - 1 hank and Happiness (B) – 1 hank.

You can purchase Lore from select local yarn shops around the world and directly from The Fibre Co.’s online shop. Follow this link for a list of stockists.

5.5mm (US I/9) crochet hook (or size to obtain gauge).

16 sts and 11 rnds to 10 cm (4 in) measured over SPA and SPB st after blocking using 5.5mm (US I/9) crochet hook, crocheted in the rounds without turning.

Borrowdale: Take a trip to the Borrowdale Valley, one of the most idyllic places in England and the backdrop for our stunning new collection. Showcasing the work of 16 exceptionally talented designers, each piece in Borrowdale is designed using our glorious new yarn for Autumn 2018, Lore. These garments and accessories are designed for everyday adventures; to be thrown on with your favourite pair of jeans and hiking boots, or wrapped up in as you snuggle on the sofa. We hope you’ll be inspired to cast on something lovely and remember this special place in the Lake District.