Light & Lacy Cowlette by Stacy Wilkinson

Light & Lacy Cowlette

April 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
345 - 357 yards (315 - 326 m)
One Size, but easily adaptable
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The Light & Lacy Cascading Waves Cowlette is perfect for when the weather is turning a little warmer, but you’d still like a little something to help take the chill off. It’s light, it’s lacy, it’s beautiful, AND it only uses one hank of yarn!

It’s very simple to adapt for a larger size, but be aware that your yarn quantity will vary. I do recommend the yarn that I used, or something similar in a heavier fingering weight. I did another sample in a light fingering weight and it came out a couple inches smaller. However, casting on another 24 stitches should do the trick to make the circumference closer to the pattern size.

The ad-free pdf includes the written directions, a chart, as well as a handy checklist to help keep track of your rounds. I’ve also made a video tutorial to walk you through the stitch pattern.

This pattern is available on my website for free. However, you can purchase the ad-free pdf here from Ravelry.

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Additional Supplies Needed:

  • Size US 4 / 3.5mm circular knitting needles with 15” cable (24” total length when including needles)
  • 8 stitch markers (Make sure that one is different so that you can use it to mark the beginning of the round)
  • Tapestry needle & Scissors

Because this is a digital download pattern only, no refunds will be given. You are welcome to sell your finished items, just please purchase the ad-free pdf and credit Handmade by Stacy J as the designer and supply your own photographs. Thank you!!