Chevron Lace Cowl
This pretty lace chevron pattern is knit into a lovely cowl. The cowl is light and drapey, matching the delicate lace perfectly.
CO 60, longtail. If you wish, place a marker between sts 47 and 48. This marks where the lace edging pattern starts.
Row 1: k47, k3, (yo, k2tog) 4x, yo, k2
Rows 2,4,6,8,10,12,14: k across
Row 3: k47, k4, (yo, k2tog) 4x, yo, k2
Row 5: k47, k5, (yo, k2tog) 4x, yo, k2
Row 7: k47, k6, (yo, k2tog) 4x, yo, k2
Row 9: k47, k7, (yo, k2tog) 4x, yo, k2
Row 11: k47, k8, (yo, k2tog) 4x, yo, k2
Row 13: k47, k9, (yo, k2tog) 4x, yo, k2
Rows 15,17,19,21,23,25,27,29,30: k across
Rows 16,18,20,22,24,26,28: k3, (k2tog, yo) 3x, k2tog, k to end.
Rep rows 1-30 until job have knit the desired length. BO loosely, or using JSSBO, and then fasten off. I blocked this to make the points sharper and more defined, and the open up the lace.
I love this bright purple color!
I have come to really enjoy working with the Knit Picks Palette yarn. I like the fingering weight, and how this yarn can be really drapey, depending on the needle size. They also offer it in a ton of amazing colors!
My finished cowl is about 15" wide at the points, and 46" long.