Small – Underarm (buttoned) 94cm. Length 70cm.
Medium – Underarm (buttoned) 100cm. Length 71cm.
Large – Underarm (buttoned) 106cm. Length 72cm.
X Large – Underarm (buttoned) 112cm. Length 72.75cm.
XX Large – Underarm (buttoned) 118cm. Length 74cm.
XXX Large – Underarm (buttoned) 124cm. Length 74.5cm.
This kit includes a colour-printed pattern card with full instructions in all sizes and all the yarn required to make Graceknot Jacket in your chosen size.
This design is available in a choice of ten colours of Hebridean 3 Ply, Graceknot is shown here in Sea Anemone.
For a step-by-step video tutorial showing the techniques involved in knitting an Infinite Celtic Knot visit our Celtic Knotwork & Cable Tutorial section.
I can still recall many of the inside covers of my school jotters: by the time the last term of the year ended I had covered every millimetre of space with drawings and doodles surreptitiously done whilst listening to a lecture I considered, in my youthful folly, to be tedious and boring. In my teenage years, I would invariably grace the empty page with a depiction of whichever musician or actor was my heart-throb of the moment, and then I would gradually fill all the spaces with doodle designs, each one creating a different space for the next in a similar fashion to Celtic manuscripts. My Graceknot design is typical of such a doodle and it was the first knitted knot I designed which started and ended with a single stitch.
It is a simple knot to knit and, unlike my heavily-worked jotter pages, I have tesselated them in a very orderly fashion and worked them carefully to fit the slightly A-line shape of the body and to fit elegantly into the set-in sleeves. I made the collar using the same knots but turning them and closing them off to fit the collar shape. This is a design which is easy to knit but does require attention to ensure that the knots are placed exactly as given in the instructions.
£117.00 – £153.00