Thursday, July 23, 2009

New Pattern: Wonky




Knitty published my pattern Wonky! It's a really fun and quick cowl that could be knit for kids, adults, men, women, or even dogs if you wanted to.


Here's a little info about the pattern, but you'll have to go to Knitty to see the rest:

Sometimes life is a little wonky, a little off kilter. Sometimes things happen at the most inconvenient of times, but this cowl makes it okay, and even fun to be out of balance.

It’s a traditional stitch with a twist. The pattern is shown in 3 different cool-toned yarns, demonstrating its versatility without them being wildly different. If you like living on the edge, make it even more discombobulated with a color that screams or a funky handspun art yarn.

SIZE
One

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Circumference: 19 inches
Height: 6.25 inches


MATERIALS
[Brown] Sirdar Click Chunky with Wool [70% acrylic, 30% wool; 82yd/75m per 50g skein]; color: #143 Duffler; 1 skein
[Pink/Purple] Crystal Palace Yarns Kaya [100% wool; 65yd/59m per 50g ball]; color: #0110 Potpourri; 2 skeins
[Blue] Sheep Shop Yarn Company Sheep 2 [100% wool; 90yd/82m per 100g skein]; color: #F111 Navy; 1 skein

Recommended needle size:
16-inch US #10/6mm circular needle
4 stitch markers – be sure that one is different from the others
Yarn needle

GAUGE
13 sts/18 rows = 4 inches in stockinette st

3 comments:

Meredith C. said...

Hi there- as a new spinner, I've discovered the pure awesomeness of cowls- as they take just a little yarn, all my odd handspun skeins can become beautiful and useful clothing for people I love (and me of course).
So thanks for the pattern, I'm excited to try it out.

maya | springtree road said...

i love it! just got here from knitty. :) i think i might just knit this up with some of my own handspun this weekend. looks like a cool Christmas gift for a couple of people on my list, too.

domesticateddame said...

Congrats, girlie! That's too awesome!