stip (cowl) by alfa knits

stip (cowl)

Knitting
December 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 75 rows = 4 inches
in stitch pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
591 - 1203 yards (540 - 1100 m)
short: 56 cm / 23" or long: 112 cm / 46 "
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Stip is a set containing a hat, a pair of fingerless mitts and a cowl, all three with a very easy slip stitch pattern (choice between 3 stitch patterns). Only one color is worked per round to create the colorwork (no fiddly stranding with two threads). The cowl is worked as tube in the round. The double fabric and the density of the stitch patterns gives it that extra warmth we need in winter. It starts with a provisional cast on and is worked sideways. Both sides will be grafted using the kitchener stitch. The sample is about 56 cm / 22” long, but can easily be made longer.

What you’ll need
fingering / 4 ply
short cowl
MC (main color): ± 270 m / 300 yards
CC (contrasting color): ± 270 m / 300 yards
long cowl
MC (main color): ± 540 m / 600 yards
CC (contrasting color): ± 540 m / 600 yards

3.75 mm (US 5) circular needle
3.25 mm (US 3) circular needle

crochet hook for the provisional cast on
tapestry needle

Links to techniques used: provisional cast on
grafting aka kitchener stitch

All slipped stitches are slipped purlwise (not twisted)

The three stip patterns (hat, mitts and cowl) are bundled in one e-book: stip