Knitting, SweetGeorgia

Flitter by Emily Wood

This dreamy accessory, knit up in the lusciously soft CashLuxe Fine, combines cables and lace for a light, drapey fabric perfect for the transitional season between winter and spring. Emily Wood used two mirrored cables in Flitter to frame the trellis lace for an enchanting play between texture and shadow. This sweet little piece is just perfect.

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10″ / 25.5 cm wide and 22 (30 ¼)” / 56 (77) cm in circumference

1 skein SweetGeorgia Yarns Cashluxe Fine in Oxblood (400 yds / 365 m per 4 oz / 115 g skein; 70% superwash merino, 20% cashmere, 10% nylon)

Size 4 US / 3.50 mm straight or circular needle
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Waste yarn, cable needle, yarn needle

21.5 sts and 38 rows = 4″ / 10 cm in center of Flutter Pattern (between cables), after blocking
24 sts and 36 rows = 4″ / 10 cm in Stockinette stitch, after blocking.

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We love getting to know the designers behind the knit, so we asked Emily

What tip do you have for our knitters when they knit this cowl?

Knitters can choose either to graft or to seam the beginning of the cowl to the end, depending upon one’s preference. Also, the pattern is very easy to customize with regards to length so that you can create a cowl that is the perfect size for you.

What is your favourite guilty pleasure?

Reading for fun when there are chores to be done.

Colour Inspiration

We are getting a little excited about spring and its burst of bright colours, so these other shades to try might be just the ticket:


Learn more about Emily HERE and get your own copy of the Flitter cowl knitting pattern HERE on our website and on Ravelry.


About Tabetha Hedrick

Tabetha Hedrick, Design Director for SweetGeorgia Yarns, lives by the belief that joy comes when fully participating in the present moment. And that joy is ever so easy to find when immersed in the world of fibre! When not knitting, writing, editing, or researching, she fills the time raising two girls, two dogs, and one husband in Tennessee.

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