A circular capelet, knit in the colours of cranberry fields in autumn, highlights the swirling features of a self-striping yarn.
Worked from the top down, it can be knit until you run out of yarn. No need to worry about whether you will have enough yarn. Simply add increases in ever-widening sequences as you work downwards.
The sample pictured is knit with Zitron's Unisono, 100% new wool, (300 m./328 yds. per 100 g. skein), colour no. 1280, size Medium.
Size: Extra Small/Small; Medium; Large/1X; 2X/3X
Circumference at Neck:
43 cm./17.3 in. (48 cm./19 in.; 54 cm./21.8 cm.; 61 cm./24.5 in.)
Circumference at base:
95 cm./38 in. (105 cm./42 in.; 120 cm./48 in.; 135 cm./54 in.)
Depth: 24 cm./9.5 in. (25 cm./10 in.; 27 cm./11 in.; 28 cm./11.5 in.)
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Suggested Yarn: 260 m/284 yds.(300 m./328 yds., 440 m./481 yds., 520 m./569 yds.) of a lightweight yarn (fingering, sport weight or double-knitting)
Needles: 4.5 mm. (US 7) circular
Gauge: 20 sts and 32 rnds = 10 cm./4 in. in Pattern Stitch
Price for pattern: $7.00 CAD
Price for e-book: $24.95