Unique Knits – Timeless Style
Whether you’re out for a winter walk, watching TV or chopping veg in a chilly kitchen, this unique garment is perfect for keeping your neck and shoulders warm, but leaving your arms and hands free!
The Snowcap Cape can be popped over a shirt or a sweater anytime - with no buttons to be fastened – providing a trendy extra layer in seconds!
Inspired by the bumps and dips of a snow-covered ski-ing piste, the Snowcap Cape features an unusual cable-like stitch, created by twisting a set of stitches. The cape is knitted from the bottom-up with circular knitting on circular needles. And as the piece is worked, the pattern repeat decreases to create the fabulous shape naturally!
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S (M, L) Model wears S.
Artesano Aran (aran weight; 50% superfine alpaca, 50% Peruvian highland wool; 132 m/100g skein)
4 (4, 5) x 100g skein in Strathy (SFN10)
18 sts and 23 rows to 10 cm over stockinette stitch.
22 sts and 25 rows to 10 cm over the first 16 rows of the pattern.
Please adjust needles sizes to obtain correct tension if necessary.
1 set 4.5 mm (UK 7/US 7) 60cm circular (cir) needles
1 set 5 mm (UK 6/US 8) 60cm cir needles
1 straight cable needle (cn)
Note: Use either double pointed needles (DPNs) or continue using cir needles but use magic-loop method to accommodate for smaller stitch numbers towards the top.