Navigatrix was Fall 2017’s Mystery Knit-A-Long!
I’ve been traveling a TON this year, and Navigatrix is indicative of that! Navigatrix incorporates garter stitch with other stitch patterns from around the world... I’ll help you navigate your way through this super fun design.
First Rays are knit and then they are connected with joins.... this makes knitting Navigatrix portable and FUN!
Optional Beads are placed on some put not all of the pieces. You get to decide if you want to turn your Navigatrix into a scarf or cowl! Totally up to you!
Approx. 825 yds [754 m] of light fingering weight yarn
This should be around 500-550 yards/100 grams
Yarn I Used: YOTH, Mother; (100% Domestic Rambouillet Wool; 550 yd [503m]/ 3.5 oz [100g])
Note: If you are purchasing Mother, you'll need to get 2 skeins
US Size 5 [4 mm] 24-inch or longer circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
Cable needle or double-pointed needle
20 yards fingering weight scrap yarn for provisional cast on
Buttonhole thread, dental floss, or lighter weight yarn for lifelines
Approx. 7 grams Size 8/0 Delica glass seed beads
Dental floss threader (for stringing beads)
Super floss, .75-1mm steel crochet hook, or a Beadle Needle
(for placing beads)
Head over to my Ravelry group!