|The Cozy Shawl Collar Pullover Knit Along|
|This is an online knitting group working on the Cozy Shawl Collar Pullover.|
Pattern: The Cozy Shawl Collared Pullover from the 2004 Winter issue of Twists & Turns Newsletter. Designed by Janet Szabo.
Start Date: January 15, 2005
How to join: leave a tag on the side tagboard or email Cindy
Size Range: 36"-52"
Yarn: 1800-2700 yds of a yarn that knits to gauge.
Gauge: 22 sts X 28 rows to 4" over moss stitch.
There is a small errata, so be sure to check before starting.
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Knitters and yarn choices:
Cindy using: Naturally's Karen M's DK Guernsey in denim
Holly using: handspun yarn
Joan using: Naturespun in Red Fox
Lisa using: Cascade 220
mp using: Jo Sharpe DK Tweed in coffee
Sylvie using: Phildar's Quietude in Mousse (moss green)
Tori using: Naturally's Karen M's DK Guernsey in denim
Info on how to work short rows:
Wrap Your Mind Around This by Bonnie Marie Burns (has photos)
How To Wrap Short Rows by Sarah Bradberry
Short Row Shaping by Sweaterscapes
Short Row Heel by Maus (this is for sock heels, but it's an excellent description of short row shaping).
As always, Vogue Knitting referennce book has an excellent description as well. If you really don't want to do short rows, there's also an explaination on doing shawl collars that can be sewn in.
Alternative Ways to knit in the round (non-dpn techniques)
How to knit small circumferences with 2 circular needles
Magic Loop Technique
|Image copyrighted by Janet Szabo. Used with permission.|