- Yarn weight
- Kits & boxes
Aloha is a tubular cowl, or snood, long enough to be worn in a single or a double loop. Julie called it Aloha because it looks a bit like those flower necklaces you receive as a welcome gift in some parts of the world. Except, of course, that this one is a bit more… autumnal! And will keep you warm, above all if you loop it twice around your neck.
Knitted lengthwise, its lace pattern “climbs” along the neck on half of the cowl. Then it is followed by some stockinette. And as you begin with a provisional cast-on, and close it with a grafting, there are no visible seaming!
This listing is for a knitting pattern (pdf) for the Aloha cowl (in French and English).
- One size
- Final circumference of the cowl: approx. 150 cm, easily adaptable
- Width: approx 17 cm, in double layer
- 22 sts and 27 rounds = 10 cm/4’’ in stockinette stitch in the round
Note: gauge is not crucial, you can easily adjust for another kind of yarn, but please note this will affect final sizes and yarn requirements.
- Stockinette in the round
- Leaf lace stitch (pattern repeat over 14 sts)
Yarn & Notions:
- 3 skeins of Hermès DK by Lain’amourée (merino 50% – silk 50% , 212 m/100 g) here shown in the «Caramel au beurre salé» colorway, or approx. 550 to 600 m of any other DK yarn to meet gauge
- Circular needles to meet gauge (suggested size: 4.5 mm/US #7)
- A second needle, same size or one size smaller to work the grafting
- 1 stitch marker
- a crochet hook 4.5 mm and scrap yarn for provisionnal cast on
- a tapestry needle for grafting