Wanderknit | Destination: Greece
Join us on an exciting journey as we invite you to pack your project bags and embark on a global exploration filled with inspiration and vibrant experiences! Immerse yourself in our quarterly WanderKnit packages, designed to ignite your curiosity, broaden your knowledge, and fuel your creativity.
Every package is carefully curated and includes a delightful collection of items. You'll find a specially designed themed button to attach to your Wanderknit project tag, along with captivating destination-inspired patterns that are exclusive to travelers for 3 months. Indulge your senses with a delectable treat while immersing yourself in a colorful brochure brimming with fascinating facts about the featured location, all while knitting a fun new project.
For your maiden voyage, consider adding the custom WanderKnit tote bag to your order. It features a map of the world where you can commemorate each adventure by affixing your button to each destination. The more you travel with us, the more buttons will adorn your bag! Use it to carry your WIP - it's a tote that loves to travel!
One Destination | Two Pattern Options
Choose which project you'd like to make, then choose your favorite colors!
Requires one hank each of 2 colors of Rylie by HiKoo
MC shown in = #145 Denim
CC shown in = #089 Sea Glass
The charted Potamoi Cowl is made up of contrasting colors of a Greek Key, also known as Meander, pattern. Knit in the round with two colors of Rylie by HiKoo and grafted with Kitchener stitch, this cowl ends up with a double thick fabric with a subtly rippling edge.
The “Potamoi” are the Greek gods of waterways, and the Greek Key visually represents the meandering and constant motion of rivers and streams, symbolizing the eternal flow of things.Finished Size
8.5” (21.5cm) Wide
24” (61cm) Circumference
Requires 2 hanks of Rylie by HiKoo
Shown in = #085 Sea
The Scalae Cowl pattern features channels of flowing lace and stockinette stitch working together to create structure and movement. The “leaning ladders” lace pattern created looks very much like the rustic ladders seen leaning against buildings in old town Santorini or Corfu (“Scalae” means “ladder” in Ancient Greek).
This cowl knits up quickly in Rylie by HiKoo and is finished by grafting the short ends together. Grafting in lace can be intimidating, but this is a perfectly straightforward learning experience if you’ve never grafted lace before and a satisfying project for beginners and advanced knitters alike.
12.25” (31cm) Wide
50” (127cm) Circumference
Traveling to Greece is an enchanting experience that immerses you in the rich tapestry of ancient history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking natural beauty. From the sun-drenched beaches of Santorini and Mykonos to the ancient ruins of Athens and Delphi, Greece offers a diverse array of destinations to explore. The awe-inspiring Acropolis stands as a testament to Greece's remarkable past, while the charming coastal villages and whitewashed houses of the Cyclades islands beckon with their picturesque allure. Indulge in the delectable flavors of Greek cuisine, savoring traditional dishes like moussaka and souvlaki, while sipping on local wines and enjoying mesmerizing views of the Mediterranean Sea. Whether you're wandering through the narrow streets of the Plaka or basking in the sun on the shores of Crete, Greece captivates your senses and leaves an indelible mark on your soul.