Monday, March 19, 2012

Courtney Cedarholm's Chainlink Necklace Pattern

We love Courtney Cedarholm's knitwear as well as her design work with Awamaki Lab, but her latest enterprise to create DIY knitwear patterns epitomizes just how cool she really is. Now available on for $3.50 US dollars, the 'Chainlink Necklace' pattern is a great way to get creative with recycled fiber or luxurious hand-spun of your own choosing. 

Courtney shared the following details: 

"This is a necklace using a larger gauge jewelry chain edging to give weight and add drape to the knit piece for a look that is not your average knit jewelry. You can use any weight yarn from lace to sport, and it is a great way to use up extra yarn from another project, recycled yarn from something else, or buy that one beautiful skein of luxury yarn you’ve had your eye on. The pattern is written out with a chart showing where to attach the chain."

The Chainlink Necklace pattern is available here.

(all images courtesy of Courtney Cedarholm)

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