Cowl pattern worked in the round with simple lace; instructions for two depths.

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$8 CAD

This cozy cowl comes in two depths and is designed to maximize the yardage of the main colourway. The shallow cowl looks great around the neck, but it can also be pulled down around the shoulders. The deep cowl is long enough to really bunch up and provide warmth on frigid winter days. They both can also be pulled up and worn like a hood. Both versions have two simple lace patterns and are worked in the round.

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Construction

Worked in the round with garter stitch ridges and a simple lace pattern.

What's Included

This knitting pattern includes both charts and written instructions.

Sizes + Finished Measurements

Shallow: 14 ½” (37 cm) x 29 ¼” (74.5 cm) circumference.
Deep: 23″ (58.5 cm) x 29 ¼” (74.5 cm) circumference.

Yarn

Worsted weight yarn;
200 (400) yd / 182 (364) m Main Colour;
75 (130) yd / 70 (120) m Contrasting Colour.

Shown in SweetGeorgia Yarns Trinity Worsted (70% superwash merino wool, 20% cashmere, 10% silk; 200 yards / 182 m per 4 oz / 115 g).

Substitution Notes

Choose a smooth, worsted weight, plied yarn that will feel nice against the skin.

Gauge

18 sts and 26 rounds = 4″ (10 cm) over either lace pattern using 5 mm (US 8) needle.

Needles + Notions

5 mm (US 8) Circular Needle, 24″ (60 cm) long;
1 Stitch Markers.

Skills

Knitting in the round, increases/decreases, working simple lace from chart or written instructions.

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