evidence Pattern Kit
Note: This is an add-on listing if you are already purchasing 2 skeins of Crime Scene fingering yarn or 2 bumps of Crime Scene fiber for the evidence cowl. If you purchase the pattern only without the yarn/fiber for the pattern, I will refund you the purchase price and direct you to the designer's shop to purchase the pattern instead.
This listing is for a print copy of the evidence pattern by Susan Gehringer/grist creative. This pattern must be purchased along with 2 skeins of Crime Scene fingering yarn or 2 bumps of Crime Scene fiber so you can spin for your own unique cowl. The cowl takes 2 skeins of Crime Scene fingering; each skein is 460 yards, 3 ply, 100 grams. Mix and match colors if you want! Two of the pattern sections use one skein, and the other section and edging use the second skein.
The kit comes with a free limited edition project bag!
There are limited quantities available, get yours now!
Images 2 and 3 courtesy of Susan Gehringer/grist creative. Details from the pattern page on Ravelry:
Pleated stitches and cables give this textured cowl interest and depth, and make it suitable for men or women. Adventurous knitters will find the steganography stitch fascinating, the electrophoresis panel a relaxing interlude, and the histology engaging enough to hold interest. The stunning Bloodstain fingering yarn from The Homestead Hobbyist’s Crime Scene collection has gorgeous layers of color on a wonderfully unusual fiber mix and gives this cowl warmth without adding weight.
One size: 12½” wide x 49” circumference (30 x 125 cm)
Yarn: Light fingering weight, 900 yds
Shown in The Homestead Hobbyist Crime Scene Collection fingering in Bloodstain, 460 yds / 100 g, 2 skeins
gauge varies per pattern but all patterns used the same needle size in the sample
28 sts and 56 rows = 4” / 10 cm in steganography pattern,
28 sts and 45 rows = 4” / 10 cm in electrophoresis pattern,
38 sts and 36 rows = 4” / 10 cm in histology pattern,
all measured after blocking, using US 1-4 (2.5‑3.5 mm) or size needed to get gauge.
Notions: cable needle, waste yarn / stitch holder, crochet hook (optional for provisional cast on)
Thank you to our fabulous models Kyle Kolton and Lina Albernaz!
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