Brad Interwoven Tie PATTERN
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Brad Interwoven Tie PATTERN Brad Interwoven Tie PATTERN

Brad Interwoven Tie PATTERN

If you want the fun of creating a truly unique tie, Brad is the one for you. The concept for this two-colored interwoven creation is simple. The strip of the tie that is typically hidden behind the wider portion in front is showcased when laced through six small horizontal slits. The seed and linen stitches are combined with what are in fact extended buttonholes resulting in a tie that is fun to knit. The color change occurs under the collar so the result is intriguing and the person who wears it ends up with a delightful conversation piece hanging from his neck…or yours.

This pattern is nicely printed on card stock in a handy pocket size. A list of all abbreviations, and glossary of terms are included.

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$10

Yarn:
This tie pattern was designed for the following yarn. Click here to see 8 color options and to purchase yarn.

Brown Sheep’s Cotton Fine, 80% Pima Cotton, 20% Merino Wool
The cotton makes for a cooler garment while the wool provides more resilience. It has a wonderful hand whether working with it or wearing it.

Gauge: 9 sts and 13 rows = 1”/2.5cm in seed stitch

Suggested Needles and Notions:

  • US1/2.25mm double-pointed needle*
  • Stitch Markers

* or size needed to obtain gauge

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This pattern is also available as a kit. To see kit options in 4 colorways click here.

The kit for this tie, complete with pattern and yarn, comes in a backpack-style project bag. On the front of the backpack is a zippered pouch with a porthole. You can insert the ball of yarn from which you’re knitting and run the yarn through the porthole, so if you like, you can even knit while walking down the street.

Backpack-style project bag in two views: on model and showing contents - James Cox Knits

Note: needles and handsome guy not included.

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