Saturday, March 01, 2008

Vintage Allure Neck Warmer

Knitting Pattern

Knitted Vintage Allure Neck Warmer


Price:$3.00
Sizes:One size
Needle size:US#6 - 4 mm
Yarn Weight:DK / 8 ply (11 wpi)
Yardage:213 - 284 yards (195 - 260 m)

This cabled neck warmer belongs to the Vintage Allure Winter Set. Because it is longer and wider at the bottom as usual neck warmers and cowls, it’s great to wear with a V-neck coat. Looks nice as accessory on a top as well.
If you also buy Vintage Allure Long Gloves .
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8 comments:

  1. Hi,

    What length of circular needle would you recommend using?

    Also, would DK work just as well?

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  2. this is absolutely stunning!!! I am in the middle of making it and am so excited - can't wait to wear it. Does this stop at line 104 - or does it cotinue?
    Thank you,keeping warm, Zlata

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  3. Hi Savatamommy! Thanks for making me notice. I completly forgot to mention to bind off all stitches at the end :). I addeded the pattern ;) Enjoing your knitting! Greets

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  4. Hi Icy Sedgwick. I measured my circular needle and it is 40 cm in total. I looked up what DK exactly is and I found out that it is yarn which has a gauche "22sts to 4 inches over stocking stitch on 4mm needles". The gauche of my yarn is 26 stitches per 4 inches, but I don't think it will matter that much, since gauche is also dependent on the knitter herself (tension and so on). I'dd just try and see whether the neckwarmer isn't getting to tight around the neck, and if it is, just ajust the pattern with some additional stitches. I hope that's helpfull. Happy knitting! Cheers

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  5. Beautiful! I love your coat even more ;^)

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  6. I love your crochet pattern collection.
    creative!

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  7. It's all knitted actually,... But thanks anyway ;)

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