It first began when I needed some good study knitting… A provisional cast-on and then almost two feet of stockinette. For some that may be boring, but for me it keeps the hands busy so my mind is able to concentrate. It’s a low-key form of multitasking.
This is the result.
Follow the link to Torsion on Ravelry for all the details – my first pattern and it’s free too!
reverse stockinette fabric is knit at a loose gauge and doubled for warmth.
gauge/size relationship is essential for proper fit: best worn with 0″ to 1″ negative ease.
optional notes and directions appear throughout the pattern.
this pattern is easibly adaptable to other stitch patterns or yarn weights.
sizes: 20″ [22″] circumference unstretched
gauge: 7stitches/1inch stockinette
yarn: 600 yards light fingering yarn
needles: two 16″ circular needles size 3mm, or size to achieve gauge
tools: stitch marker, tapestry needle
note: the grey version, is slightly smaller than the pattern calls for. i only used one skein of yarn, but you would actually require two to knit to the correct size.