This little collar sports an easy to remember lace pattern which knits up fast. If you ever wanted to learn to knit from a chart, this is a great pattern to start you off! Both written out and charted, YOU can do it!
Features a fun and unique highly textured, scalloped edge for a twist of great definition. The I-cord bind off adds stability and keeps the edge from rolling. Adds a feminine touch to anything you wear!
Wear it pinned or let it fall open, fits whatever you’re wearing! So cute with jeans and a T-shirt!
Just 130 yards of any DK weight yarn, the one in the photo is made from a (discontinued) 100% cotton yarn.
Knit with strategically placed decreases, the collar lies flat on your shoulders as it forms a gentle crescent shape.
Approximately 18” in diameter from outside edges, 8” diameter from inside edges, and 5” deep from neck edge to lower back.
Approx 130 yards DK weight yarn
US #6 circular knitting needle
(BTW-our kits for Bela Kolumo INCLUDE the needles, and a whole lot more! Check them out...)
Pattern is both charted (repeat is 12 stitches by 10 rows) and fully written out. The pattern is 5 pages with large, easy-to-read chart and a picture tutorial for the RW procedure.
Don’t confuse detail with difficulty. Full instructions are easier to follow than brief, cryptic ones.
I take pride in being very concise and precise in my pattern writing so nothing is left for you to ponder over. I feel the beginner knitter shouldn’t have to get lost with assumptions, things they’re not clear with; yet with the same thinking, the experienced knitter shouldn’t be bogged down with overkill in explanations. I don’t feel that’s fair to you, your job is to enjoy the knitting; my job is to allow that to happen, to make it easy and fun to knit this pattern. You get full, step-by-step instructions so you don’t have to wrack you brain trying to figure it out…that’s what you’re paying me to do!
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