Ever since making Rinde, I have been in love with textured single loop cowls. Warm yet not bulky, they snug into your coat without gaping, and never give you that ‘turtleneck choke-hold’ feel!
The Winter Silk Cowl comes in two lengths, for those knitters who share my love for single cowl snuggliness, as well as those of you who prefer the double-wrapped infinity look.
This cowl is worked in the round using a deep, cushy stitch pattern that looks like it consists of two distinct layers of fabric. I-cord cast on and bind off complete an elegant, finished look.
Mountain Colors ‘Winter Silk’ (50% wool/50% silk, 200 yards/183 m, 3 oz/90g).
Sample shown in ‘Winter Sky’ Sizes A (B) use approx. 180 (370) yards /165 (338) meters of DK weight yarn.
US Size 7 (4.5 mm) circular needle, 16”(40 cm), or size to obtain gauge, plus needles one size larger for CO only.
20 st = 4” on US 7 (4.5 mm) needles over Winter Silk Pattern Stitch
1 stitch marker
21 (42)”/ 53 (107) cm circumference 7”/ 18 cm high, all sizes[/x_text][x_line][x_text]
All patterns have been professionally edited and tested.
Available on Ravelry for $6.50