Bulky Flat: XS (S) (M) (L) (XL)
Worsted Flat: XS (S) (M) (L) (XL)
Sport Flat: XS (S) (M) (L) (XL)
Bulky Combined: XS (S) (M) (L) (XL)
Worsted Combined: XS (S) (M) (L) (XL)
DK Combined: XS (S) (M) (L) (XL)
Bulky Flat: US size 9[5.5mm] needles and US size 3[3.25mm] needles OR size to obtain gauge.
Worsted Flat: US size 7[4.5mm] needles and US size 3[3.25mm] needles OR size to obtain gauge.
Sport Flat: US size 6[4mm] needles and US size 1[2.25mm] needles OR size to obtain gauge.
Bulky Combined: US size 9[5.5mm] needles and US size 7[4.5mm] needles OR size to obtain gauge.
Worsted Combined: US size 7[4.5mm] needles and US size 3[3.25mm] needles OR size to obtain gauge.
DK Combined: US size 4[3.5mm] needles and US size 2[2.75mm] needles OR size to obtain gauge.
Naples Collar & Cowl
Naples Collar & Cowl
In Naples Collar & Cowl each yarn reveals the stitch pattern in its own way, so I’ve done this for multiple gauges and types of yarn.
Named for the Italian city of Naples, a city of many faces, it well suits a project that can be worked in a variety of gauges and in two different structures.
The Collars, worked flat, are done in a Bulky Merino Ribbon, a unique ladder tape; Civility Worsted 3-ply Merino-Silk blend; Ava 3-ply Sport blends Merino-Cashmere-Nylon.
The Cowls, which combines flat and ITR, looks luxurious in Bulky Luft a lofty Merino-Pima Cotton blend; It Could Be Worsted makes it drapey and fluid; Pippin shows off its Merino-NEP in DK.
Naples is perfect for gift giving and for expanding your own wardrobe with fabric results that vary with the fiber content of each yarn yarn. Naples is an interesting, but not difficult, carry-around knitting project in a stitch pattern is incredibly versatile. The pattern includes button-creation instructions for each Cowl or Collar.
Naples Collar & Cowl — What’s in There
The pattern includes both written instructions and Action charts; there is a Road Map and a Schematic to help you see the shaping and measurements. Through the Naples pattern there is guidance to keep you on track. Included in the pattern are instructions for the featured closures are included as well.
The pattern is a total of 35 pages, which includes directions for each structure and gauge, and the button closures. The general information page includes an index, with links to each section of the pattern, to make navigation across patterns, and to all the included information included, easy.
Everything you need is included in the pattern, or linked to any outside sources. Get my descriptions of
- 3-needle join
- drop next stitch
- flexible long-tail cast on
- JSSBO / Jeny’s surprisingly stretchy bind off
- Action Chart
- Using Written Pattern Table Instructions
- Waste Yarn in Place of Stitch Holders
Yarn Used in Napels
Bulky Flat Merino Ribbon from Mountain Colors, 80% super fine Merino, 20% nylon, 100g / 245 yds (224 m). WPI 11
Model shown in Poppy Trail; size is Medium and used approximately 104g / 255 yds (233 m)
Worsted Flat Civility Worsted 3-ply from Elemental Affects, 70% US Merino, 30% Mulberry silk, 4 oz (112g) / 250yds (228 m). WPI
Model shown in Serenity; model size is Small and used approximately 3.875 oz (106g) / 237 yds (217 m)
Sport Flat Ava from Anzula Luxury Fibers, 80% superwash Merino, 10% cashmere, 10% nylon, 114g / 330 yds (301 m). WPI 17
Model shown in Riot; size is Medium and used approximately 86g / 249 yds (228 m)
Bulky Combined Luft from Woolfolk Yarn, 55% Ovis 21 Ultimate Merino®, 45% Organic Pima Cotton, 50g / 109 yds (100 m). WPI 9
Model shown in C1 is Soft Gray #L02 and C1 is Pearl Pink #L08; model size is Medium and used approximately 100g / 218 yds (199 m)
Worsted Combined It Could Be Worsted from Anzula Luxury Fibers, 50% superwash Merino, 50% Tussah silk, 114g / 190 yds (173 m). WPI 11
Model shown in Coco; model size is Medium and used approximately 174g / 290 yds (265 m)
DK Combined Pippin from Apple Fiber Studio, 85% superwash Merino, 15% NEP, 100g / 231 yds (211 m). WPI 14
Color is Energetic; model size is Medium and used approximately 85g / 196 yds (180 m)
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