Scarves, Shawls and Cover-ups
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The cowl is worked in the round throughout using stranded knitting. Colors should not be woven or twisted only stranded. Every row is knitted. The cowl is worked from side to side in a tube and then joined to the cast on edge when the correct length. If you would prefer your cowl a little longer there is a small amount of yarn left over in each color to work a few additional pattern repeats. A slip stitch is worked on every other round between the two chart patterns to create decorative edges which also give the cowl shape. Materials Required: 2 balls each of Susan Crawford Excelana DK in Nile Green & Persian Grey The yarn can be purchased from my online shop here You will also need: 3.75mm (US 5) circular needle 50cm in length 1 3mm (US 3) circular needle 1 3.75mm (US 3) crochet hook Stitch markers
Celia’s Scarf and Gloves
This pattern includes instructions for knitting both this delicate lace scarf and the matching gloves. The Scarf is knitted with 4.5mm (US 7) needles and the gloves use 3mm needles. Instructions for knitting the gloves either in the round or worked flat are both included in the pattern along with written and charted instructions for the lace patterns.This pattern is provided as PDF download only. Materials needed Excelana 4ply 100% British wool 3 balls shade Cornflower Blue 1 pair 4.5mm needles 1 pair 3mm needles or set of 3mm double pointed needles stitch markers safety pin
28 stitches and 36 rows = 10 cm in stocking stitch
522 yards (477 m)
by Tess Young This stunning drape features a delicate simple lace edging with contrasting sash also knitted in this decorative eyelet stitch. The main drape is knitted in one piece with options to knit in one colour or two. One size pattern with full written instructions. Knitted in Fenella 2 ply this fabulous drape costs as little as £27 to knit including the PDF pattern. You can see the full range of Fenella colours here. Pattern supplied as a PDF Download. Requirements: Fenella 2ply 100% pure British wool Option 1 (as shown) 5 skeins Atomic Red 1 skein Roman Plaster or Jonquil 1 pair 4mm needles Stitch Markers
Cresta Dell ‘Onda
by Susan Crawford This stunning cowl features a beautiful 10 row lace pattern. The natural bias created by the lace pattern suggests the crest of a wave, hence the design’s name. I first found the pattern in a 1970s Golden Hands magazine called Italian Lace. The cowl uses my new yarn Fenella - a 3 ply weight yarn - knitted on a 4.5mm needle to create a soft, open fabric. The shorter version takes 3 skeins, the longer takes 6, however the pattern can be used to create cowls of many different lengths. The cowl is knitted from side to side using a provisional crochet cast-on and the cast-on and cast-off edges are then joined using three needle cast off or grafting of the stitches. Instructions are given on how to work a provisional cast-on. The lace pattern is worked on all rows but is particularly easy to follow and is a great pattern for a beginner lace knitter wanting to move to the next level. Both written and charted instructions are provided. Standard yarn tension 30-36 sts & 36-42 rows = 10cm (4in) using 2.75mm-3mm needles over stocking stitch. This pattern is available as PDF download only. Requirements: Fenella 2 ply wool, 100% pure new British wool 3 (6) skeins shade Chalk 1 pair 4.5mm (US 7) needles 4mm crochet hook Waste yarn for provisional cast-on Tapestry needle Spare needle if working three needle bind off.
Both written and charted instructions are provided for this beautiful stole which commences with a provisional cast on edge. The body of the stole is knitted in one piece and the top lace edging is knitted directly from the body. The provisional cast on is then removed and the bottom lace edging is knitted downwards from the body. Full instructions are given to obtain the correct gauge.
This pattern is provided as PDF download only.
Juno Belle, 70% UK Alpaca/ 30% Bluefaced Leicester (400m / 437yds per 100g skein) (lightweight 4 ply / fingering weight) 2 skeins shade Heart on my Sleeve – 124g used to complete stole to length specified. There is enough remaining to make the stole longer if required. 1 pair 3.5mm (US #4) needles Stitch marker A small quantity of 4ply waste yarn
Garment fronts commence at centre front bottom edge and work progresses both across and upwards with the introduction of a mitred centre point. The back is worked from the bottom upwards. Each sleeve is worked in separate pieces.
28-30″, 32-34″, 36-38″, 40-42″, 44-46″
This pattern is provided as PDF download only.
Excelana 4 ply luxury wool 3 (4, 4, 5, 6) x 50g balls Saharan Sand or Alabaster 2 (3, 3, 4, 5) x 50g balls Land Army Green Stitch markers US 3 – 3.25 mm
The shrug is worked in a very simple two-row lace stitch and is worked in one piece from cuff to cuff. The main body is knitted using 8mm (US 11) needles so knits up very quickly. There is no shaping required and is an extremely easy pattern to follow. Requires firm blocking to reveal the pattern fully. Full written instructions provided.This pattern is provided as PDF download only.
Designed by Tess Young This stunning but simple shawl features a bold art deco colour scheme and optional decorative tassles. Knitted from the top down in stocking stitch, the shawl is available in two sizes with the following dimensions: Medium Spine Depth : 58cm (23in) Shorter Span: 140cm (55in) Longer Span: 210cm (82.5in) Large Spine Depth : 70cm (27.5in) Shorter Span: 184cm (72.5in) Longer Span: 240cm (94.5in) Blocking schematics are also included in the pattern. Part of the Knits for a Cold Climate Collection - a collection of single patterns inspired by Nancy Mitford, her life and her works. Requirements: Large Susan Crawford Fenella 100% British wool 5 skeins of shade Myristica 1 skein of shade Atomic Red 1 skein of shade Phthalo 1 skein of shade Limoncello Medium 3 skeins of shade Roman Plaster 1 skein of shade Delicot 1 skein of shade Columbine 1 skein of shade Constance Spry Needles and Notions Needed 1 pair of 2.75mm (US 2) needles 1 pair of 4mm (US 6) needles 1 removable Stitch marker Beads (optional ) Gutermann Rocailles 9/0 - Large: 3g each of colours 1265 (yellow) 8360 (light green), 4295 (light red) Medium: 9g of clear beads (col.1016)
Hugs and Kisses
by Susan Crawford Includes three patterns for a dutch bonnet, scarf and mittens, knitted in beautifully soft alpaca and silk yarn. The stitch used is a simple yet extremely effective slip stitch which has the appearance of kisses. All three pieces are multi sized and include a fitting for 11-13 year olds. The Dutch bonnet was an extremely popular style of head wear in the late 40s and early 50s. To fit sizes Hat Small: 11-13 years Medium: small to medium adult Large: large adult (medium shown in photographs) Scarf 122 cm x 28.5 cm (48 inches x 11.25 inches) - child 152.5 cm x 32 cm (60 inches x 12.5 inches) - adult Mitts Small: 11-13 years Medium: small to medium adult Large: large adult (medium shown in photographs) Supplied as a PDF download. Requirements: Du Store Alpakka Babysilk (80% alpaca, 20% silk) yarn (133 m per 50g ball) - this is a 4 ply (fingering weight) Main Colour - shade 313 - 4 (5, 5) balls for set [2 (3, 3) balls for scarf, 1 ball each for gloves and bonnet] Garn Studios Drops Alpaca (100% alpaca) yarn (180 m / 200 yds per 50g ball) Contrast Colour - shade 1101 - 3 balls (Just over 1 ball for hat and also for scarf, under 1 ball for mitts) 1 pair 3.75 mm (US 5) straight needles 1 pair 3.25 mm (US 4) straight needles 3.25 mm (US 4) circular needle Set of 3.75 mm (US 5) double pointed needles (dpns) 2 x 3.25 mm (US 4) double pointed needles (dpns) Safety pin
Lost In Music
by Susan Crawford A versatile shrug, worked flat, this cover-up is a surprisingly quick knit. It measures approx. 153cm (60 inches), not including cuffs and would make a useful addition to your summer wardrobe. Extremely adaptable, this one size pattern fits a wide range of sizes. Would work well with most 4 ply yarns and makes a great stash buster project. This pattern is perfectly suited for beginner knitters wanting to try a basic lace stitch. An open sized pattern the finished length is 153cm (60in) excluding cuffs and the width is 46cm (18in) and can be easily altered if desired. Supplied as a PDF download. Requirements: Susan Crawford Coquette 4 ply cotton 1 pair 3.25mm (US #3) needles 1 pair 5mm (US #8) needles
Our first crochet design available as a single pattern download. This beautiful and elegant wrap is crocheted using eight 25g skeins of Susan Crawford Fenella yarn in the Columbine shade. A useful and very special addition to any wardrobe. An intermediate pattern knitted lengthwise. It is a perfect pattern for a crocheter wanting to experiment with new stitches. Materials Required: Susan Crawford Fenella 2 ply wool 100% British wool (124m per 25g skein) 8 skeins shade Columbine One 6.5mm (K) crochet hook One 5.0mm (H) crochet hook
Miss Laverty’s Motoring Hood
by Susan Crawford This charming hood pattern will keep you warm however cold the wind may blow. Knitted in a simple single rib in an alpaca mix yarn, this pattern is a very quick and easy knit. This is a simple pattern suitable for beginner knitters. The pixie hood is knitted separately with shaping added at the centre back for a more comfortable fit. The front of the scarf is folded back and the scarf is then sewn in place over the bottom seam. The scarf can easily be made longer to suit personal taste but more yarn will be needed. Finished Size Scarf length 102 cm (40 inches) Hood length 48 cm (19 inches) Hood depth (not including folded-over edge) 18 cm (7 inches) Supplied as a PDF download. Requirements: Berroco Ultra Alpaca Light (50% Alpaca, 50% Peruvian Wool) (133 m/144 yds per 50g skein) knits up as a 4 ply (fingering weight) 4 skeins shade 4245 (black) 1 pair 3.75 mm (US 5) straight needles 2 detachable stitch markers or waste yarn
Designed by Karie Westermann This fabulous ensemble is knitted in our Fenella yarn. The pattern provides instructions for both the beret and three sizes of shawl - a neckerchief (as shown on the photos), a scarflette and a shawl. The beret is knitted in the round and features pretty 'fair isle' bands running round the beret before the crown is shaped and topped off with a stylish felted pom pom. The shawls all feature a stylish striped pattern edging a traditionally constructed triangular shawl. The neckerchief can be finished with dainty ties and felted pom poms to match the beret. Finished sizes are as follows: Neckerchief 28.5x11in, Scarflette 37x15.75in, Shawl 45.5x19.5in Beret S/M - 23.5in circumference, L - 26.5in circumference The pattern includes both written and charted instructions and includes instructions to make the felted pom poms. The pattern is available as a PDF download. Noblesse Oblige can also be purchased in kit form. Requirements: Beret Only (both sizes) 1 skein each of shades Myrtle, Atomic Red, Chalk, Jonquil, Porcellana Neckerchief/Scarflette/Shawl Only 1 (2, 3) skeins of shade Myrtle 1 skein each of shades Atomic Red, Chalk, Jonquil and Porcellana Beret plus Neckerchief/Scarflette/Shawl 2 (3, 4) skeins of shade Myrtle 1 skein each of shades Atomic Red, Chalk, Jonquil and Porcellana Needles and Notions Needed Set of 2.25mm (US 1) double pointed needles Set of 3mm (US 2) double pointed needles 1 pair of 3mm (US 2) needles or 3mm circular needle Stitch markers Pom pom maker or small piece of cardboard
An updated and improved version of this popular pattern. Now with 4 full colour charts to work from. Now available as a PDF download. This scarf is knitted in one piece as a square. It uses a combination of Fair Isle and intarsia techniques, combined with stocking stitch and moss stitch. All the instructions are charted, with a master chart provided to show the overall design, and three further charts which break the scarf into three sections making it easier to read and use. The charts are also designed to be best viewed in colour, but colour references are included in the key if this is not possible. This pattern offers an interesting colour work challenge to an intermediate or experienced knitter, within a simple shape. Yarn Required 5 x 25gm ball shade 362 (Hawes) 3 x 25gm balls each, shades 379 (Skipton) and 376 (Bell Busk) Finished size 24in square (61cm square)
by Susan Crawford Named after a glamorous face of the 60s, Jean Shrimpton, this is perfect for dressing up a simple outfit. Best worn with lashings of black eyeliner! The collar is worked from side to side using short rows, and is a great introduction to this technique. Knitting commences at the front left point of the button tab and is worked sideways from right to left to the same point on the right button tab. The collarette is worked completely in garter stitch with some short row shaping. Because the short rows are worked over garter stitch there is no need to work a wrap around unworked stitches. This project only takes one 50g ball of Excelana DK weight yarn. Supplied as a PDF download.