Wells by Julie Hoover

Wells

Knitting
January 2020
all 3 are used in this pattern
yarn held together
Lace
+ Light Fingering
+ Sport
= Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in Slip-Stitch Rib with two strands of Yarn A and one strand each of Yarn B and Yarn C held together, after blocking
US 8 - 5.0 mm
190 - 380 yards (174 - 347 m)
Small (Large); 24 (48)" / 61 (122) cm circumference; 11½" / 29 cm tall
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Wells’ distinctive stitch pattern is showcased in an intriguing combination of Pebble, Silk Cloud and Twig. Completely reversible, there is no wrong way to style this dynamic accessory.

The cowl is worked flat from end to end, then sewn together.

Sizes
Small (Large)
24 (48)“ / 61 (122) cm circumference; 11½” / 29 cm tall

Yarn A
Shibui Pebble
48% recycled silk, 36% fine merino, 16% cashmere
224 yards / 205 meters per 25 g skein

2 (4) skeins
380 (760) yards / 350 (690) meters

Yarn B
Shibui Twig
46% linen, 42% recycled silk, 12% wool
190 yards / 174 meters per 50 g skein

1 (2) skein(s)
190 (380) yards / 175 (345) meters

Yarn C
Shibui Silk Cloud
60% kid mohair, 40% silk
330 yards / 300 meters per 25 g skein

1 (2) skeins
190 (380) yards / 175 (345) meters

NOTE: Two strands of Yarn A and one strand each of Yarn B & C are held together throughout.

Samples photographed in colors Vintage Rose (small) and Glacier (large)

Gauge
16 stitches & 27 rows = 4” in Slip-Stitch Rib with two strands of Yarn A and one strand each of Yarn B and Yarn C held together, after blocking

NOTE: Fabric is intended to be stretched during blocking in order to open up the stitches, be sure to wet-block your swatch accordingly

Needle
One pair of straight or circular needles
US 8 / 5 mm or size needed to obtain gauge listed

Skill Level
2 of 5