A long, heavily-textured cowl knit using two skeins of the classic Cascade 220 worsted yarn.
The simple yet effective combinations of knit and purl stitches form a richly textured surface reminiscent of rockpools. It can be worn draped but is also generous enough to double over, and sit snugly against the neck.
This pattern is charted, and requires knowledge of provisional cast-ons and Kitchener stitch or grafting.
Yarn: Cascade 220 worsted - 2 skeins (440yds/402metres)
Needles: 4.5mm or size required to obtain gauge.
Gauge: 24st/26rows = 10cm, over pattern
Finished size: 21cm width x 122cm circumferencepurchase via ravelry
A heavily textured, longline cowl combining panels of twisted stitches in interlocking waves with contrasting columns of 1x1 twisted rib. Bordered by matching cuffs of twisted rib finished with a simple rolled edge.
Finished size approximately 120cm/47in circumference; 30cm/12in wide. Perfect to wear long, or doubled over for extra cosy warmth.
Gauge: 25sts/24rows = 10cm/4in over pattern
Materials: 2 x 100g balls White Gum Wool Ethical Merino (DK weight, 236m/258yd/100g, 100% merino) - shown in Quarrystone
Notions: 4.00mm/US 6, 80cm/32in circular needle, or size to obtain gauge; 1-6 stitch markers
Written and Charted instructions included.
This pattern is part of the White Gum Wool Wrapped collection. You can view the whole collection at www.whitegumwool.com.au/wrapped
Yarn support was provided by White Gum Wool
Photography: Lisa Kuilenburg www.lisakuilenburg.com purchase via ravelry