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Twisted and Twirled MKAL #3
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot
The third necklace in the Twisted and Twirled Knit necklace series is made with the linen stitch in the round. The linen stitch has a wonderful texture on both sides, yet both sides are different. The name: Dueling Stripes, comes from the fact that on what is usually considered the right side of the linen stitch the stripes of color wrap around the necklace, and on what is usually considered the wrong side of the linen stitch the stripes go up and down on the necklace. This necklace has 4 twists in it, showing off both sides of the stitch. This beautifully textural necklace can be worked up in no time with less than 40 yards of fingering weight yarn.
The yarn used in this sample was donated by Phydeaux Designs & Fiber for the Quest at the summer 2015 TNNA Needlearts Trade Show.
This necklace is part of the Twisted and Twirled MKAL (Mystery Knit ALong).
Phydeaux Designs & Fiber Bambou Fingering Yarn 80/20 superwash BFL/bamboo ~ Jojen: 26 yds/6 g
Phydeaux Designs & Fiber Caresse Fingering Yarn 80/10/10 superwash merino/cashmere/nylon ~ Spiced Peaches: 14 yds/4 g
US 6/3.75mm 16″ circulars
22 sts in 4″ in stockinette st
Stitches and Skills used:
k ~ knit
st(s) ~ stitch(es)
This would look really nice in a variegated yarn as well!!
CO 149 with first color
Twisting Necklace: Lay needles down and work out any twists so that all the sts are laying in the same direction. add 4 full twists before beginning round 1. See photos below:
Round 1: K1, (Slip 1 purl wise with yarn in front, k1) across.
Rounds 2~16 even: Switch to second color, slip 1 purl wise with yarn in front, (k1, slip 1 purl wise with yarn in front) across.
Rounds 3~15 odd: Switch to first color, k1, (slip 1 purl wise with yarn in front, k1) across.
Rounds 17: Still with second color, k1, (slip 1 purl wise with yarn in front, k1) across.
Switch to first color and bind off knit wise, weave in ends.
Wear or give and enjoy!
This pattern can now be found in the Twisted and Twirled Knit Necklace eBook. The eBook includes all 5 patterns from the MKAL, plus 2 more patterns that can only be found in the eBook. This is the only printable version of the pattern available.
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