Zipline as a snood

Zipline

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Cowls, Head, Men, Patterns

Zipline

  • Zipline as a cowl
  • Zipline as a snood
  • Zipline as a hat
  • Zipline pattern close up

Whether careening down black diamonds, shredding fresh powder on a snowboard, zipping over moguls on downhill skis, creating your own trail backcountry on cross country skis, or enjoying the fastest way down via zipline, Zipline is your go-to accessory! From sun up to sun down, this extreme winter sports inspired design keeps you covered from a snood in the early am, to a cowl when the sun shines off the white snow, to an emergency hat for one last run when the sun is setting the temperatures are going with it.

The tech edited and test knit pattern includes written directions and a chart of the textured pattern repeat.

  • $6.75

Finished Measurements:
25”/ 63.5cm around by 12”/ 30.5cm wide. Adjusts down to 19”/ 48cm when fully tightened & everything in between.

Materials:
195g/ 6.87oz worsted weight eco yarn
Shown in Galler Yarns Inca Eco – Color 620 Pistachio; 100% Organic Peruvian Cotton dyed using low impact, environmentally friendly dyes; 140yds/ 130m; 100g/ 3.5oz
US 8/ 5mm circular needles
G-6/ 4mm crochet hook
1 stitch marker
Yarn needle
Optional: 80 glass Japanese Seed beads size 3/0 and steel crochet hook to fit beads. Shown in Transparent Capri Blue.

Gauge:
18 sts and 28 rows over 4”/ 10cm. Note: exact gauge is not critical to this design. Gauge variations may impact final size and yardage requirements.

Special Notes:
– Works great for men and women! For more feminine style include the glass beads and tie with a bow. Or use your guy’s preferred yarn color, for a more male style.
– One pattern makes a cowl, snood, and super slouchy hat!