Looking out across a loch, surrounded by mountains is a little croft house with a red roof. This knitting pattern was inspired by that house which is located on the Applecross Peninsular, West Coast of Scotland. With little house embellishments and contrast edging these cosy’s will keep your breakfast eggs warm as toast.
Jamieson’s of Shetland 25g DK weight yarn.
#122 Granite – main colour
#104 Natural White
#525 Crimson - red version contrast colour
#640 Stonehenge - blue version contrast colour
3.75mm (US size 5) double pointed knitting needles.
Approximately 25 stitches over 32 rows = 10cm (4 inches) in stocking stitch.
Cast on, cast off, knit stitch, purl stitch, knit two stitches together, slip stitch, pass stitch over, working with changes of colour, grafting, sewing duplicate stitch.