Fireside Knits with Puddles

Fireside Knits

Lindsay Lewchuk 2019 New Releases, Cowls, How-Tos, Patterns, Shrug

Fireside Knits

  • Fireside Knits with Puddles
  • Fireside Knits with Puddles
  • Fireside Knits with Puddles
  • Fireside Knits with Puddles
Fireside Knits pattern cover

Cozy up by the fire with your knitting! Rhythmic stitches playfully dance to the sparks and tune of the crackling fire in Fireside Knits. As a bonus, this long design also serves as a cozy blanket while you knit. Once complete, fear no winter weather because in Fireside Knits you’re free to romp and roam in the deepest snow. For a fashion-forward look, wear it as a cowl. When the winter winds whip, the built-in cowl converts to an ear protecting head covering.

The tech edited and test knit pattern is fully written with a schematic and how-to video. Check out the Stitch in Focus: Alternating Cable Cast On video here along with some additional tips and tricks for Fireside Knits.

  • $12.00

Sizes:
XS (S, M, L, XL)

Finished Measurements:
Cowl width: 13.25”/ 33.5cm (13.25”/ 33.5cm, 14”/ 35.5cm, 14.75”/ 37.5cm, 15.5”/ 39.5cm)
Length (MC cuff to bind off): 51”/ 129.5cm (51.5”/ 131cm, 53.25”/ 135.5cm, 53.75”/ 136.5cm, 55.5”/ 141cm) Note: after assembling the right and left sleeves, there will be a 4”/ 10cm overlap.

Materials:
5 (7, 8, 8, 8) skeins worsted weight eco yarn
Shown in Blue Sky Fibers Worsted Cotton, 4 (6, 7, 7, 8) skeins Sleet (635) – MC and 1
skein Plum Dusk (648) – CC
Skein info: 100% organic cotton; 150yds/ 137m per 100g/ 3.53oz
US 8/ 5mm circular needles
Yarn needle
3 Stitch markers
4 buttons, 1”/ 2.5cm round shown with needle and thread for sewing

Gauge:
22 sts and 22 rows over 4”/ 10cm in twisted rib stitch. Note: exact gauge is not critical to this design. Gauge variations may impact final size and yardage requirements. Note: If substituting yarn, make sure your blocked stitch gauges match and follow the “If subbing yarn” sections throughout the pattern.

Special Notes:
• Watch It: check out the Stitch in Focus Alternating Cable CO tutorial on the Knit Eco Chic blog.