This could be the softest, lightest scarf you will ever make.
Designer Knitting Pattern
When I first saw Ecopuno yarn in white I immediately thought of light, fluffy snow. Snowflakes melt in your hand and this yarn seems to do the same.
I began to conceive snowflakes, large and small, fashioned from tiny eyelets. But I found all the options for creating eyelets disappointing. Needing them to be symmetrical, I created my own unique stitch. So, as you work this pattern, you’ll learn the new James’ Symmetrical Eyelet stitch.
And you’ll discover that this blend of the softest cotton with merino and alpaca is remarkable. What makes it so remarkable is the fact that it is 75% cotton, but you’re sure to believe it is entirely merino and alpaca. It is like knitting with air, when the air is filled with delicate snowflakes.
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Ecopuno from Lana Grossa
- 72% Cotton, 17% merino,11% Alpaca
- 235 yards/50 grams
- US 7/4.5mm needles
- Approx. 5.5 stitches per inch
- DK weight
Skeins Needed for Diana: 4 balls
Gauge for Diana Pattern: 22.5 stitches = 4”/10cm on US 5/3.75mm after blocking
Suggested Needles and Notions:
- US5/3.75mm 16’’/40.5cm circular*
- Stitch markers
* Or size needed to obtain gauge
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