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Chevron Colorwork Cowl Using Rowan Kid Classic

Chevron Colorwork Cowl Using Rowan Kid Classic

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$0.00


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$29.00


12 in stock.
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$29.00


1 in stock.
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$29.00


11 in stock.
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$29.00


5 in stock.

The Design

"A little zig, a little zag."

Get to know the ups and downs of stranded colorwork with this free pattern! The two-color chevron motif is easy to memorize and follow, and the resulting zig-zag fabric is striking. With cozy structure (and an extra touch of warmth) thanks to the hidden ‘floats’ and a more-close-fitting size, this cowl is a fun, cozy accessory.

We knit the Chevron Colorwork Cowl in two, high-contrast colors of Rowan Kid Classic—a favorite of ours for nearly ever. Kid Classic’s lambswool offers loft and resilience, while the mohair—not brushed ‘fluffy’ like many mohair yarns—adds luster, depth of color, and tonal complexity. It’s an excellent choice for a nicely insulating cowl!

The Details

FINISHED SIZE
Approx. 24"/61cm around x 12"/30.5cm deep, after blocking.

YARN
2 skeins Rowan Kid Classic (153 yds/140m each); 1 skein in Main Color (MC) and 1 skein in Contrast Color (CC). Or approx. 153 yds/140m in MC and 153 yds/140m in CC of an equivalent worsted-weight yarn.

Sample shown in (MC) Iron and (CC) Nude.

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
US 7 (4.5mm) 16"/40cm circular needle, or size to obtain gauge.
US 5 (3.75mm) 16"/40cm circular needle, or two sizes smaller than gauge needle.
1 stitch marker.
Darning needle to finish.

GAUGE
Approx. 22 sts/24 rounds = 4"/10cm in colorwork stitch in the round, after blocking.

Free digital Chevron Colorwork Cowl pattern. (Download)

COLORWAY: 1 skein each of Iron and Nude.

COLORWAY: 1 skein each of Clover and Feather.

COLORWAY: 1 skein each of Smoke and Cement.

COLORWAY: 1 skein each of Bitter Sweet and Pumice.

COLORWAY: 1 skein each of Tattoo and Drought.

COLORWAY: 1 skein each of Cherry Red and Pumice.