Long cowl worked in two different yarns to create different textures.

Second Beach

$8 CAD

Bands of frothy Silk Mist lace alternate with Tough Love Sock garter stitch ridges in this elegant cowl. The bands of lace are first worked in stockinette stitch, then reverse stockinette, creating a reversible fabric. The increases and decreases in the lace push and pull the garter ridges around to create undulating lines like ripples in the sand.

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What's Included

This knitting pattern includes both charts and written instructions.

Sizes + Finished Measurements

6 ¼” (16 cm) x 59 ½” (151 cm) circumference.

Yarn

Fingering weight and laceweight yarns, not held together;
Laceweight 230 yd / 210 m;
Fingering weight 245 yd / 225 m.

Shown in:
SweetGeorgia Yarns Silk Mist (60% fine kid mohair, 40% cultivated silk; 325 yd / 297 m per 0.88 oz / 25 g) in Mulberry.
SweetGeorgia Yarns Tough Love (80% superwash merino wool, 20% nylon; 425 yd / 388 m per 4 oz / 115 g) in Ultraviolet.

Substitution Notes

Any laceweight mohair can be used plus any fingering weight or sock yarn. Go stash diving and use a different fingering yarn for each set of garter stitch ridges. For a slightly different look, the mohair could be substituted with a fingering weight yarn.

Gauge

21 sts and 38 rounds = 4″ (10 cm) over lace pattern using 3.5 mm (US 4) needle.

Needles + Notions

3.5 mm (US 4) Circular Needle, 40″ (100 cm) long;
6 mm (US 10) for bind off (optional);
3.5 mm crochet hook for provisional cast on;
Stitch Marker.

Skills

Increases/decreases, crochet cast on, working simple lace from a chart or written instructions.

Related Tutorials

SSK & SSP Decreases

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