Seneka, a nickname for Senna meaning brightness in Arabic. This is an A-line skirt with an elaborate cabled center. The skirt ends in a waistband; knitted like a hem in one piece with boot laces placed inside. Seneka is knitted in the divine Neighborhood Fiber Co. Organic Studio Worsted and can be worn as a skirt or a poncho or a maxi hood – all together with the matching Senna cardigan.
Yarn: Neighborhood Fiber Co. Organic Studio Worsted (100% wool, 183 m/200 yds, 113 g). The sample is knitted in Woodberry; 5 (5, 6, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7, 8) skeins; 794 (842, 922, 1002, 1082, 1162, 1202, 1250, 1330) m.
Gauge: 20 sts and 28 rows in st st using 4 mm/US 6 needle measures 10 cm/4” square, after blocking.
Notes: The skirt is knitted in pieces and seamed. If you want to adjust the length of the skirt, remove up to 8 cm/3.25” or add an extra length before shaping the hip. The waist band is worked like a hem, with boot laces laid inside it before it is closed.