Nonpareil by A. Karen Alfke


November 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 51 rows = 4 inches
in Openwork Ridge pattern
250 - 500 yards (229 - 457 m)
Cowl (24"x7.5") or Loop (48"x7.5")
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Some stitch patterns are like candy: little sweet things to nibble on that make your day a bit brighter. This deliciously simple openwork ridge pattern, written up for two circumferences in two gauges, will help you make the most of those handpainted skeins.

Pattern includes instructions for cowl and loop sizes for TWO gauges of yarns: fingering-weight (aka sock yarns) and worsted-to-aran weight.

Helpful tips for how to keep track of rounds with locking markers, detailed blocking instructions (applicable to all your projects, large and small!), as well as measurements for how much yarn to leave for binding off so you can make the most of that great skein or two!

Like the little chocolate candy discs this pattern is named after, bet you can’t stop at just one!