Cambria Reversible Cowl

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Cambria Reversible Cowl Pattern

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Knitting: Cambria Reversible Cowl
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Cambria Reversible Cowl Cambria
Cambria Reversible Cowl Cambria
Cambria Reversible Cowl Cambria
Cambria Reversible Cowl Cambria
Cambria Reversible Cowl Cambria

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Reversible Knitting Technique
  • Working in the round

Pattern Description:

Cambria Reversible Cowl is a mid-length cowl, worked in the round with a continuous 170-stitch chart. Extra depth means that Cambria can be folded over to create a collar effect and is extra warm for winter.

This pattern is NOT a tutorial for the Double-Knitting technique. Please ensure you know how to use the technique before purchasing.

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Please remember that Double Knitting produces a much looser tension than would
normally be achieved with regular Stockinette Stitch knit in 1 layer, so please make sure
to create a test swatch IN THE DOUBLE KNITTING TECHNIQUE.

Gauge:

5.5sts and 9 rows = 1" in Stockinette Stitch using 2.5mm needles, using the Double Knitting
method.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 32" circumference and 8.25" height

Materials:

  • 2.5mm circular needle
  • 4-ply yarn
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch markers

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Elle Pure Gold 4-ply

Colorway:

Pepper and Ivory

About Designer

About Designer

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Bobbin Hobnobbin
by Ellie Coetzee
Amanzimtoti, South Africa
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I have dabbled in many areas in my life and I consider myself a naturally creative and artistic soul. I initially studied architecture straight out of secondary school but soon realized it was not my dream. But today I still appreciate the simple beauty of glass, metal and stone that are our dwellings and I think architecture will always hold a special place in my heart.

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