Lindsay Lewchuk How-to Videos, Jewelry, Patterns

Summer heat used to be a time to put knitting aside, but not anymore. Introducing Savannah, a quick knit design that will get your knitting needles active and your outfits accessorized through the dog days of summer. Inspired by Spanish moss and the charming Southern city of Savannah, this design makes a statement of your choosing. The pattern is replete with customization opportunities: beads, length, and width, and two methods of closure. Make the design a cowl, with the provisional cast on method, or an item of jewelry, with the jewelry clasp method. Click here to read the blog post story behind the design.

The pattern includes written and charted directions, a glossary, and pictures. A you tube video demonstrating the jewelry clasp is available too. Tech edited by Sashka Macievich.


Finished Measurements:
Design with loop-de-loos Regular (Petite):
3.5”/ 9cm long by 6”/ 15cm wide (2.5”/ 6.5cm long by 5”/ 13cm wide).
Necklace at longest point – Provisional Cast On – Regular (Petite):
12.5”/ 32cm long by 6”/ 15cm wide (12.5”/ 32cm long by 5”/ 13cm wide).
Necklace at longest point – Jewelry Clasp – Regular (Petite):
9.5”/ 24cm long by 6/” 15cm wide (9.5”/ 24cm long by 5”/ 13cm wide).

1 skein The Loom, Fusilli 80 (pink)
80% silk, 20% cotton – light fingering
174 yards/ 159 meters
25 grams/ .88 ounces
US 2/ 2.75mm DPNs
E (US 4 / 3.5mm) crochet hook
2 locking stitch markers
Yarn needle
Optional Materials:
46 glass beads size 6/0
0.75 mm steel crochet hook for beading
For Jewelry Clasp Closure Option:
2 Cord Ends/ Crimp End Caps to fit 0.8mm
2 jump rings (or number for desired length)
1 Lobster Clasp

24 sts and 38 rows over 4”/ 10cm in Stockinette st, using US 2/ 2.75mm needles.

Special Notes: