Annabella's Cowl Project
We love the versatility of this simple-to-knit piece. And in this exquisite pairing of yarns from Alchemy, even the sensitive soul will find it's soft next to the skin. In her plein-air California dying studio, fine artist Gina Wilde creates colors with unmatched depth and complexity.
Grab the pattern below, and then choose your favorite colorway. You'll be off and knitting in no time!
One size: Approx. 17"/43cm around x 29"/74cm long, with ribbing slightly stretched.
YOU'LL ALSO NEED
Churchmouse Classics Annabella's Cowl pattern;
US 9 (5.5mm) 16"/40cm circular knitting needles (or size to obtain gauge);
One stitch marker;
Darning needle to finish.
Notice how the stitch textures you knit influence the way hand-dyed yarns appear in a finished fabric. This project offers two views, with its combination of stockinette stitch and a wide ribbing.
COLOR: 25C Aubergine. More wine-and-berries than eggplant (as the name might suggest).COLOR: 114C Mighty Redwood. Olivey evergreens with luminous moss and russet bark.
COLOR: 07C Sugar Mountain. Cool shades of lavender, from blue violets to dusky purple.
COLOR: 153C Spider Orchid. Hazy shades of turquoise, slate green and pewter.
COLOR: 179C Dark Star. Deep browns and plums spiced with burnished gold.
NEW COLOR: San Francisco Sky. Shades of blue and grey, with a hazy fog.
NEW COLOR: Diamonda. Palest pearly pastels: cream, smoke, and platinum.
NEW COLOR: Pablo's Solace. Warm plums, pinks and lavenders.
NEW COLOR: Hwy 1. Burnished bronze, amber, and shades of blue from sky to sea.
NEW COLOR: Forest Waltz. Shades of bronze, sea green, chartreuse, moss, and fern.
NEW COLOR: Barnwood. Warm and weathered browns, from deep bark to golden amber.
NEW COLOR: Ace of Spades. Plummy black, washed navy and dark smoke.
Printed Annabella's Cowl pattern. (Requires shipping.)
Digital Annabella's Cowl pattern. (Download)