Denali is an Aztec-influenced two-colour cowl. The fabric is doubled for added warmth, but it is knit at a relaxed gauge that produces a beautiful drape. It is also reversible; the inside is worked in a simple salt and  pepper pattern that provides a nice break from following the larger chart.

Knit in the round from side to side to form a doubled fabric, the cowl is finished by grafting live stitches to the cast on edge, forming a seamless tube. This construction gives the piece extra warmth and structure, and also allows for a continuous, jog-free colourwork pattern.



One size


56 cm/22” circumference and 20.5 cm/8” height, after wet blocking


Sport weight yarn in the following approximate amounts:
C1: 275 m/301 yd
C2: 215 m/236 yd

*Shown in SweetGeorgia Yarns Superwash Sport (100% Merino; 300 m/328 yd per 115 g/4 oz skein) in colours Raspberry (C1) and Snowfall (C2).


One set 4.5 mm/US 7 needles* (or size needed to obtain gauge)

*Either one set of DPNs, one 40 cm/16” circular needle, or two circular needles, as you prefer for knitting in the round.


25 stitches & 26 rounds = 10 cm/4” in colourwork  pattern, after wet blocking


Stitch marker (1), two tapestry needles, waste yarn



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