Seville Wall Hanging
The Seville is a cabled wall hanging perfect to add some warmth to your home. It's designed by Roni Halloran, and is a great project for knitters who want to learn how to make cables. It's designed with Erika Knight Studio Linen, with two strands held together, so you can mix colors for a marled effect or use a single color.
This is a Row House Tutorial Design, which means that it integrates our knitting skills video to teach you how to make cables. It's great for newer knitters who are still learning new skills.
Want the Kit? Go here.
This product is a PDF download and digital access to the design.
9" wide (at widest point where fringe is added) & 8" wide (at narrowest point in body of wall hanging) by 10 1/4" tall (excluding fringe, before being sewn to dowel)
26 sts & 22 rows = 4" in cable pattern, with two strands held together, although gauge is not important for this project
A DK weight linen or cotton yarn. We used 2 skeins of Erika Knight Studio Linen. Our sample is in Bone and Milk held together. If you are using a different yarn, you will need 240 m (262 yds) of yarn.
Yarn amounts given are based on average requirements and are approximate.
Size 4.5 mm (US size 7) straight needles
Size 5 mm (US size H-8) crochet hook for making fringe
Tapestry needle for sewing over dowel and weaving in ends
Dowel 12" long by 1/4" diameter