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Llama Lace Cowl Knitting Pattern

By: Ann McClure from knittingfever.com

Llama Lace Cowl Knitting Pattern

This llama lace cowl knitting pattern is easy to make and produces a beautiful cowl you can throw on over any outfit for a nice finishing touch. This lightweight scarf would be perfect for the spring, and the pop of color is perfect for the season. You will adore the softness of this scarf and will want it around your neck all the time. The design is also detailed and interesting to look at, giving you something different from your usual scarf. Give this easy knitting pattern a try, and your closet won't be sorry.

Easy

Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

 

Materials:

  • 1 skein of Queensland Collection’s Llama Lace Melange shade #07
  • Needles size US 4

 

Measurements:
7.5in x 52in (after blocking

 

Abbreviations:
BO=Bind Off
CO=Cast On
K=Knit
K2tog=knit next 2 sts together
St(s)=stitches
YO=yarn over

 

Gauge:
6 sts x 8 rows =1in (unblocked)

 

Note:
Place markers after first 13 sts, then after every 12 sts to help keep track of the pattern.

 

Instructions:
(6 st x 10 row repeat)
Round 1: K1, *K4, K2tog, YO, repeat from *, end K1
Round 2: K1, *K3, K2tog, K1, YO, repeat from *, end K1
Round 3: K1, *K2, K2tog, K2, YO, repeat from *, end K1
Round 4: K1, *K1, K2tog, K3, YO, repeat from *, end K1
Round 5: K1, *K2tog, K4, YO, repeat from *, end K1
Round 6: *K2tog, YO, K4, repeat from * to last 8 sts, end K2tog, YO, k6
Round 7: K1, *K1, YO, K3, K2tog, repeat from *, end K1
Round 8: K1, *K2, YO, K2, K2tog, repeat from *, end K1
Round 9: K1, *K3, YO, K1, K2tog, repeat from *, end K1
Round 10: K1, *K4, YO, K2tog, repeat from *, end K1

Cast on 290 sts.
Place marker to designate start of round.
Join to work in the round, being careful not to twist.
Knit one round
Purl one round
Begin working Milanese Lace starting with Round 1
Work 8 full repeats (or desired length)
Purl one round
Bind off knitwise.
Weave in ends. Block

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I like when I see you can print the pattern. When I see the word LACE in a pattern as a beginner knitter it puts a fear in me. But I am ready to give it a try. If you don't try you will never advance your skills. This is a well written pattern so give it a try with me

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