Beautiful going to add this to my todo list…
This super soft and lightweight chill-blocker is worked from the top-down, using YO increases to create a triangular shape, in a basic eyelet stitch, with a few wide stripes thrown in to highlight the V-shape which results from the increases.
If you’ve been wanting to try out lace, the basic eyelet is a great place to start. This eyelet pattern consists of four rows repeated, and only one of those rows makes the actual lace openings. The other three rows continue the method of YO increases on a stockinette stitch background.
Lavender + Chocolate is also beautiful in a self-striping yarn or a solid color.
Lavender + Chocolate by Julie Edwards for The Little Knittery
Materials: 1 ball Schaefer Yarns Andrea (50% silk, 50% wool), 1 ball Jade Sapphire 2-ply Cashmere, or 400 yards each in two different colors (a Main Color and a Contrast Color) and/or fibers of…
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