Thursday, February 2, 2017

Pattern Release Thursday!

I always get a little excited and a little nervous on publication day.  Will you like the pattern as much as I did? Will the yarn and colors inspire you to pick up some knitting needles and start creating your own version?

Presenting:  Overgrowth and Infinity Loop.

After the daffodils have finished flowering, but before the lilies bloom, the hedgerows and paths through the park become a riot of shades of green and cream.  Tiny buds that will burst into flower start appearing, but they are not ready to bloom yet.  The view as you walk along the path is one of texture, as in this infinity loop.  Started with Cat Bordhi’s Moebius Cast On, it is worked from the center out, in a springy single-ply fingering weight yarn.  Looped once around your neck it is a gentle statement piece, twice or more and it is a cozy cowl.

62-inch circumference by 6 inches wide. [155 cm circumference by 15 cm wide]


Unplanned Peacock Studios Kinky Sock, Superwash Merino, 400 yards/100 grams [366 meters/3.53 ounces].

Size US 5 [3.75mm] 47-inch [120 cm] circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge.
The stitch pattern is easy to memorize and requires no chart reading, making it a great "pick up and go" pattern for both the experienced and adventurous beginning knitter.

You can snag your copy here in my Ravelry Store.

1 comment:

jody at knotions magazine said...

Overgrowth is great! It looks simple enough to knit but can work well with either a solid or semi-solid. Love it!