A design straight from the ImagiKnit team, the deceptively easy to knit Tricolore Cowl features an interplay of three colors of Tosh Vintage (one skein of each) making an allover stunning cowl that can be wrapped once or twice around the neck. It’s great in semi-solids (as shown), and we would love to see one showcasing a Tosh multi like Spectrum, Mansfield Garden Party, Mala, or Foxglove.
December 5, 2013
December 4, 2013
The Robin Scarf is a well established favorite among customers and staff alike. Customer are always asking to see the scarf and we can see why — featuring meandering reversible cables and the unbelievably soft feel of cashmere, the Robin Scarf makes for a wonderful little luxury.
The Robin Scarf is one of the seven patterns included in the Cashmere Scarf Kit for Her. Pick your favorite color and make your own Robin today!
November 14, 2013
With the dreamy drape and wonderful softness of linen, how could we limit ourselves to just one color? Allison worked up this scarf blending cool neutral colors with a pop of green.
L.1 takes 6 skeins of Shibui Linen to make — 2 skeins for color A , 2 skeins for color B , and one skein each of C and D. The range of color options ensures that you can build your perfect project. Made of 100% linen, this scarf is lightweight enough that you can wear it even in warmer months.
The pattern for L.1 is available for free online courtesy of Shibui Knits.
November 13, 2013
Captivated by the incredible softness of Sylph — a 58% cashmere 42% linen blend — Allison combined two easy-to-wear neutrals to make a scarf that goes well with any ensemble. Using one skein each of two colors, the Ellen Scarf can be made in so many color combinations that even the most finicky of palettes can build themselves the perfect scarf. Browse the Sylph colors and pick up a copy of the Ellen Scarf for your next project!
A simple seed stitch brings out the best of the beads in this quick to knit, wonderful to wear cowl.
16” circular #11 needles
1 sk ImagiKnit Lustro
CO cast on
BO bind off
PM place marker
St st stockinette stitch (k all rnds)
12 sts/4 inches in pattern and in st st or 3 sts/inch in pattern and st st
CO 69 sts with one strand of each yarn. PM and connect making sure not to twist. Hold both yarns
together throughout project.
Rounds 1: * K1, P1* K1
Rounds 2: *P1, K1* P1
Rep rnds 1-2 until desired length.
BO in pattern.
Weave in ends.
To get this pattern in store, ask for S864.