Pattern release: Red Cliff Cowl

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The Red Cliff cowl is as lightweight as it is warm. The stranded colourwork pattern creates a dense fabric that blocks out the wind, while the use of fingering weight yarn prevents it from being bulky.

SIZE

One size

FINISHED DIMENSIONS

60 cm/24” circumference, 23.5 cm/9.25” height

MATERIALS

Fingering weight yarn* in the following approximate amounts:

C1 (red): 190 metres/208 yards
C2 (grey): 75 metres/83 yards

*Shown in Tukuwool Fingering (100% Wool; 195 m/213 yd per 50 g/1.76 oz skein) in colours C1: Hohka (H20) and C2: Auri (03).

NEEDLES

One 60 cm/24” circular needle, size 3.75 mm/US 5 (or size needed to obtain gauge in Red Cliff colourwork pattern)
One 60 cm/24” circular needle, size 3.25 mm/US 3 (or two sizes smaller than needed for gauge)

GAUGE

30 stitches & 32 rounds = 10 cm/4” in Red Cliff colourwork pattern, after light wet blocking, on larger needles

ADDITIONAL TOOLS

1 stitch marker, tapestry needle

SKILL LEVEL

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PATTERN NOTES

When working the Red Cliff chart, all stitches are knit using the colours denoted in the chart. The colourwork pattern is worked all the way around the circumference of the cowl.

Red Cliff colourwork pattern is charted only. (no written instructions).

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Price: $7.00 CAD 15% off for release week only! Use coupon code REDCLIFF. Offer ends Saturday, September 7th at midnight PDT. promo has ended

Available through my Ravelry store or directly via PayPal by clicking the “buy now” button below.


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