Convertible

  • Beth Whiteside Design Convertible

Imagine: a little red convertible, the Pacific Coast Highway, you and your bestie. Sunglasses on, wind in your face, and the scenery rolls by, sand and beach and mountains. You’re a star in your own movie. And your hair is kept perfectly coiffured by the cowl that can be worn up on the road and down around town.

Convertible is knit from the neck down in the round, with increases shaping the lower skirt. Multicolor yarns may pool color in unexpected ways in the skirt portion as the number of stitches increases. Dyeing method is the main reason for this and is part of the charm of hand-dyed yarn!

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Finished Measurements

19˝ [48.5 cm] around at the top
33¼˝ [84.5 cm] around the bottom

Materials

340-360 yds [311-329 m] #2 (sport) wt yarn
Samples worked in Madeline Tosh Pashmina

Cosset

  • Cosset cowl, apple green and lime blue
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  • Beth Whiteside Design

A ball of luxurious angora, a skein of soft wool, and the ease of simply knitting. What better way to cosset yourself (and your neck)? Choose your colors, decide whether to work horizontally or diagonally, and begin. Join the ends with a graft to finish, and give your neck a cozy treat!

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Finished Measurements

62 to 66˝ [157.5-167.5 cm] around, 4½ to 5¾˝ [11.5-14.5 cm] wide

Materials

50-60 yds [approx. 50 g] #4-5 (chunky) wt handspun angora (A)
210 yds [100 g] #4 (worsted) wt merino wool (B)

Samples worked in Malabrigo Angora (A) and Worsted (B)

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