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Jammie is a fun cowl that is worked flat and then grafted together. The graft is covered with a Beaded Jammie that cinches it together. The pattern includes Laura's clear video tutorials for the easy beading techniques used!

The body of Jammie is knit in seed stitch with small cabled edge stitches. Jammie is knit in Nua, a merino, linen, yak blend that has texture and drape while being a joy to knit.

Kits for Fetish were sent as September's shipment for Lola's Choice (Laura's super fun small knitted kit club). You can also purchase the pattern as a pdf and gather your own supplies to make one. If you don’t want to miss out on future Lola’s Choice kits you should sign up!

150 yards of sport weight yarn
Yarn I Used:
Stolen Stitches, Nua (60% merino wool, 20% linen, 20% yak; 153 yd [140 m]/ 1.76 oz [50 g]) color: Unexpected Macaw
72 (Approx. 6 g) Size 8 delica glass seed beads
1 dental floss threader (for stringing beads)
US Size 7 [4.5 mm] needles, or size needed to get gauge
2 US Size 5 [3.75 mm] needles, or two sizes smaller than needed to get gauge
4.5 mm crochet hook
Scrap yarn
Removable stitch marker (to mark RS of work)
2 stitch markers
Cable needle or double-pointed needle one size smaller than needed to get gauge
Tapestry needle

Jammie- 4 inches [10 cm] long x 1.5 inches [4 cm] wide
Cowl- 36 inches [91 cm] around x 5 inches [13 cm] wide

18 sts x 22 rows = 4”/10 cm in seed stitch, blocked on larger needles