Oh, this is a lovely little pattern to let the days go by while peacefully knitting away…
There are no complex stitches in this cowl, just putting together some stripes, texture and lace as they suit you best.
The yarn I used was a bit of a luxury, just perfect to spoil yourself with something luscious around your neck
The yarn is great to knit with. I was dreading knitting on 3mm needles but it isn't bad at all. The pattern called for a 40cm circular but I'm using a 60cm circular and the stitches aren't stretched.
The pattern is easy to follow - Joji writes a great pattern and I highly recommend knitting one of her designs.
Pattern: Rainbow Cowl (purchased on Ravelry)
Worked in the round from the top edge down, this cowl features a simple eyelet “raindrops” lace pattern and an openwork “sunray” lace pattern. It is finished with a picot bind-off.Yarn: One Lorna's Laces String Quintet Kit - the colour here is Trumpet
If you'd like to try a Mystery KAL, Romi is starting one in March.
Welcome to my fourth mystery shawl KAL! This is a triangle using two colors of light sport weight yarn, 385 yards each.See all of Romi's patterns - she designs amazing shawls.
The first clue will be released digitally on March 18. The KAL will have 5 clues total, each one week apart. After the KAL is over, your mystery pattern will update to the full pattern. After the mystery KAL is finished and the pattern is released as a full pdf, the cost of the completed pattern will increase to $6.50.
It's knitting time. My cowl is calling my name.