Xena Cowl!




Back in October, the wildly creative Elizabeth from Vice Yarns came over for a lovely visit.  She also came bearing skeins of stunning yarn.  Over the course of the evening, she asked if I would design a Fair Isle cowl to feature her Blurred Lines fingering weight yarn.  I absolutely jumped at the chance because this new line featured spectacular colors hand-painted in gradients.  In fact, she actually knitted up blanks, which she then painted to achieve the subtle changes between colors.

Here is what they look like wound into cakes:


Gorgeous, no?

In any event, Xena was the product of Ms. Vice's request.

Xena Cowl
Designed by
Christina S. Wilkins
Materials

  • 1 skein of (A) Vice Paradigm fingering in a semi-solid and 1 skein of (B) Vice Blurred lines fingering in contrasting gradients
  • Size US 3 (3.25 mm) 24-inch circular needles


Gauge
  • 28 sts/4 inches in stockinette, knitted in the round


Finished Size

  • 10" tall x 28" in circumference
Ravelry link here.



Comments

Elizabeth Inman said…
Wow Christina,

I think I could have dyed something ugly and you would have created something fabulous because that, my dear, is out of this world! xo
Feisty said…
Thank you, Lady!

I so enjoy working with your yarns!

; )

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