Lavender Bees Knees by Lisa Cook

Lavender Bees Knees

December 2017
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
7.0 mm
306 - 328 yards (280 - 300 m)
both US and UK
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I named this cowl the Lavender Bees Knees after a cocktail which sounds just yummy. It’s a gin cocktail with lemon, honey and syrup infused with fresh lavender. Who could resist!

This is worked in one piece then joined to create a cowl that slips over the head and has the look of a shawl with its V-shaped front.

Basic stitches are used to give a beautiful textured effect, I have included a photo tutorial on how to do this.

The pattern includes both written instructions and charts as well as lots of colour photos.

Written in both UK and US crochet terms

4 x 50g of BC Garn Semilla Grosso – shade OA105
80m (87yds) per 50g ball
Total meterage used for project = 280m (306yds)

Or 280m/306yds of any Chunky/Bulky weight yarn

7mm hook