A collection of light and breezy accessory patterns, with a focus on lace.
All perfectly chill and in tune with the coastal lifestyle, and the transition of seasons.
The combination of a geometric zig-zag lace pattern and Elsebeth Lavold’s Hempathy DK cotton/hemp/rayon yarn come together to perfectly showcase the gorgeous drape of this long stole.
Lightweight and lacy, this is a wonderful layering piece perfect for in-between seasons
The deep fringe (which adds 50cms in total length) in a stark contrast colour is reminiscent of the beach towels we always had growing up in the ‘70’s and provides just the right retro vibe, while an i-cord edging gives a neat, contemporary finish.
Written and charted instructions included.
Yarn : Elsebeth Lavold Hempathy - 41% Cotton, 34% Hemp, 25% Rayon 50g/153yd /140m. 3 x Main Colour (MC), 1 x Contrast colour (CC)
Needles : 4mm
Gauge: 19sts/36rows = 10cm over pattern, lightly blocked
Finished Size: 33cm wide x 150cm length (including fringe)purchase via ravelry
Short and sweet!
These cute little anklet socks with their lace panel detail on the front of the foot knit up in next to no time.
Perfect for taking the chill off the floor first thing in the morning, or for relaxing into Savasana at the end of yoga practice.
These socks are knit from the top down with instructions given for double-pointed needles (dpn’s), which can easily be modified for magic loop or 2 circulars methods, if preferred.
Features include a slip stich heel flap for durability, and a round toe for comfort.
The lace stitch pattern provides a degree of ease to the finished measurements, making this pattern very suitable for varying sizing.
Both written instructions and a chart have been included for the lace panel.
Yarn: Miss Click Clack Merri Creek Sock - Fingering weight, 80% merino/20% nylon ,374m/100g. 190m - 210m
Needles: 2.5mm, or size to obtain gauge
Gauge: 16sts/21rows = 5cms over stocking stitch
Finished sizes: Small/Medium - 21.5cm foot circumference; Medium/Large - 24cm foot circumferencepurchase via ravelry