You know how you’re not really supposed to have favorites but sometimes in your heart of hearts you do? Jackalope is one of my favorites.
Even in SoCal, I can wear this in the winter at night if we go out to, say, a beer garden or some such. If I get too hot, I just take it off; but when there’s that chill (and heh, give me a break, I’m from California!) it’s heaven to nestle up in this.
This stole just begs you to curl up with it. I love that the yarn, Mopsy, has angora in it; it just seems so fitting for a pattern inspired by a rabbit-like creature!
Although this is densely cabled, it works up quicker than expected on the US9 needles.
Length: 69in / 175.5cm not including fringe
Width: 14.5in / 37cm
Blue Moon Fiber Arts Mopsy, 80% Merino /10% Nylon /10% Angora, (420 yds per 220g skein), 3 skeins, shown in Chestnutty.
US9 / 5.5mm needles or size needed to obtain gauge
16 sts and 23 rows per 4in / 10cm in St st
28 sts and 23 rows per 4in / 10cm in cabled patterns
USG / 14mm crochet hook for attaching fringe
reading charts, cabling