This design first appeared in Interweave’s Knitting Traditions Magazine in the Fall of 2011 and it can be knitted in worsted weight or DK weight yarn. The pattern includes many techniques, such as a Twined Knitting cast-on with photos, and numerous Technique Boxes: Yarn Management, Twined Knitting, Twined Purling, the Basic Units of Design: the crook stitch, the “O” stitch, Chain Path, the Twined Increase. The cuff is decorated with different motifs, and a medallion motif is worked on the hand. It is assumed the knitter has not twined knitted before, so this pattern serves as a mini-class!
Size: Woman’s Medium
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- Yarn: Worsted-weight: One skein, such as Ella Rae, Cascade 220, or Germantown, approximately 200 yards (201 m)/3.5 oz (100g) skein, and 10 yards (9 m) of light brown or desired contrast color (CC)
- OR alternative yarn in DK weight: Brooklyn Tweed Arbor– 145 yards (132 m)/1.9 oz (55g), 2 skeins, plus 10 yards of a contrasting color.
- Needles, set of 4 mm (US Size 6) double-pointed needles or size needed to obtain gauge.
- Stitch holders or waste yarn, tapestry needle