Baywinter is that accessory you reach for when it’s not quite sweater weather but you’re in the mood for knitwear. Or when you need something versatile for a long and varied day. Or just when the office has the AC cranked up a little too high! It’s lacy and long for when you need something light, but you can loop it twice around your neck for a bit of extra warmth as needed.
Knit in the round, Baywinter can easily be tweaked to get just the size you want (and the pattern includes a note for how to do so). The pattern is both written and charted and includes links to help with relevant techniques and stitches.
Choose a special skein of particularly cuddly yarn and settle in for a quick knit that’s the perfect blend of engaging and meditative. Then watch as Baywinter quickly becomes a go-to FO!SIZE
Circumference: 40” / 101.5cm
Height: 11.5” / 29cm
Measurements taken after light blocking.YARN
420yd / 384m of fingering weight yarn. Pattern includes a note about altering the size to accommodate different put-ups.
Shown in Shalimar Breathless (75% Merino, 15% Cashmere, 10% Silk; 420yd / 384m per 115g / 4oz skein) in BluecropNEEDLES
US 5 / 3.75mm 24” / 61cm circular needles for working in the round, or size needed to obtain gaugeNOTIONS
1 stitch marker, tapestry needleGAUGE
22 stitches and 34 rounds = 4” / 10cm in Body Stitch after light blocking. Gauge is not crucial but will affect yardage used and final dimensions.TECHNIQUES
Double yarn overs, single increases and decreases, left and right twists, knitting in the round, binding off in established rib pattern. Pattern includes links to more information about required stitches and techniques.
Baywinter has been tech edited and test knit, so you can cast on with confidence!Here’s how testers described knitting Baywinter:
intuitive, easy to memorize, engaging, fun, perfect, thoughtful, educational, relaxing, clear, and achievable. An impressive FO for not a lot of effort.
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