I designed the Tudor Lace Cowl as a skill-building pattern for the confident advanced beginner looking to expand their lace knitting skills. It is the pattern featured in “The Beginner’s Guide to Lace Knitting” workshop.
With a 6-stitch, 8-row repeat, an intermediate knitter will find this an engaging knit that creates a timeless eye-catching accessory, adding a touch of elegance to any outfit.
The lace design incorporates directional decreases that become easy to read as you knit your cowl, and rest rows of simple purl stitches for structure. The cowl is worked flat, knit sideways, and seamed during finishing.
26” circumference by 9” high (66 by 23 cm), after blocking
Worsted Weight yarn, approximately 172 yds/187 m.
NEEDLES & NOTIONS:
• US 8/5 mm needles (or size needed to obtain gauge)
• Darning Needle
• Stitch Markers, 7 total
• Row Counter recommended
18 sts x 23 rows = 4”/10 cm after blocking, using US 8/5 mm needles, worked flat in stockinette stitch.
Because I value your knitting time, this pattern has been tech edited and test knit to ensure the best knitting experience possible for you! If you require pattern support, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org