by: Tall Yarns
Designed by Andrea, this cowl is effortlessly chic and works beautifully with our Layercake garments. It takes just 200 gr of DK yarn. The sample in the pictures is knitted using our un-dyed Cotton DK. It is a yarn with body, which greatly contributes to the final shape of the cowl. If you are keen to substitute the yarn then beware that the more drapy your yarn-choice, the less body the cowl will have.
About the pattern:
Size: one size
Material: 200 gr of Tall Yarns Cotton DK (200 m per 100 gr)
Gauge: 22 sts and 31 rows in Stocking Stitch to 10 cm on 3.75 mm
20 sts and 28 rows in Stocking Stitch to 10 cm on 4.0 mm
Notes: knitted in the round
Needles: - 80 cm (32 in) circular needles: one 3.75 mm, one 4.0 mm
and (optional): one 8.0 mm for cast on only
- 50 cm (20 in) circular needles: one 3.75 mm, one 4.0 mm
Notions: - one stitch marker (to mark start of round
- (optional): 8 stitch markers to mark decrease points
- darning needles to weave in ends
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