When the weather outside is frightening, Flurry will help keep you warm. This drapey, colorwork cowl is easy enough for those new to stranded knitting and rewarding enough to be a quick project for those with more experience in the technique. The circumference of this cowl can easily be customized, and using less than 50 grams each of two contrasting colors, Flurry is a wonderful way to stash-bust some of your worsted weight leftovers.
The pattern has written instructions with the exception of the colorwork motif, which is charted in a color-coded chart.
Note that this listing is for a digital download of the pattern only; no hard copy will be mailed to you.
Worsted weight yarn, approximately 100 yards (91.44 meters) each of two contrasting colors. Recommended yarn is Fibernymph Dye Works Cozy worsted.
Yarn used in the sample: Fibernymph Dye Works Cozy in the Peacock Blue and Springwater Blue semi-solid colors. It used approximately 55 yards (50.29 meters) of each.
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16” (40 cm) circular neelde in US 8 (5mm), or size needed to get gauge.
Sizes, Fit & Gauge:
4 stitches per 1″ (2.54 cm), lightly blocked. This will yield a cowl of 22” (55.88 cm) circumference and 7” (17.78 cm) in height. Each of the eleven chart repeats will being 2” (5.08 cm) wide after blocking. Flurry’s circumference is easily resized in 2” (5.08 cm) increments either by adding or deleting chart repeats as desired.
Additional custom-sizing details are available in the pattern.