Mist Infinity by Alla Saenko

Mist Infinity

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There are two cowl designs (two separate files) included in this purchase: Mist Infinity and a bonus pattern Twilight Mist Cowl (shown in the last three photos.

Mist Infinity design features reversible eyelet and lace rib stitch patterns. Made in looser gauge and with generous width and length, this accessory can add a statement to your wardrobe.

This cowl is knit sideways making the pattern easily customisable. The yardage and size is given for the long loop to wear it draped around the shoulders in a double wrap style, as shown in the sample. This design consists of two main stitch patterns that can be arranged differently, if desired, and the loop can be made shorter to wear it pulled over the shoulders, like a capelet.

The ends of a knitted piece are sewn together along the cast-on and bind-off edges to form a loop. For a seamless look, the ends can be joined with the Kitchener Stitch instead. To add more interest to this accessory, I used the yarn in two contrast colours.

Materials:

3.75mm/ US #5 needles, or size to obtain gauge;
4mm/ US #6 needles, or size to obtain gauge;
waste yarn for provisional cast on;
tapestry needle;
blocking wires and pins (optional)

Yardage required (approx):

MC: 400 yards (360 meters), CC: 100 yards (90 meters)

Feel free to use any other fingering/sock weight yarn with similar properties and which can be worked in close to the pattern gauge.

Skill level: Intermediate. (Useful links to tutorials on Techniques used in this design are included in the pattern)


Bonus pattern

Twilight Mist Cowl design features reversible eyelet and lace stitch patterns that look
good on either side, right or wrong. The main part of the cowl is worked flat, sideways.
The length of the knitted piece is a circumference of the cowl.

The knitted piece is sewn along the cast-on and bind-off edges to form a loop. For a
comfortable fit the cowl is shaped by adding a knitted-on band from picked up stitches
along one edge of the cowl making it slightly narrower than the bottom opening.

The pattern is easily customisable. To make it deeper simply cast-on more stitches,
and to make it wider in circumference, if you would prefer it to fit around the shoulders,
work additional pattern repeats.

The sample is knit in two alternating colours. It uses only 50 grams of fingering weight
yarn in total to make an accessory like this little cowl.

Finished Measurements

Depth: 10 inches (25 cm)
Circumference at top edge: 19 inches (48 cm)
Circumference at bottom edge: 27 inches (68 cm)

Gauge

22 sts x 40 rows to 4 inches /10 cm/square over garter stitch on US #4 / 3.5mm needles

Materials

US #4 / 3.5mm straight needles, or size to obtain gauge;
US #4 / 3.5mm 16 inches (40 cm) circular needle, or size to obtain gauge

Yardage required (approx)

Total:
220 yards (200 meters) of fingering weight yarn in 2 colours (in equal amounts)

Recommended yarn

Any fingering/sock weight super-wash merino wool yarn.