Cowl Beach

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Cowl Beach Pattern

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Knitting: Cowl Beach
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit & purl
  • slipping stitches
  • working in the round
  • yarn over

Pattern Description:

Growing up in Santa Cruz, Cowell Beach is where I tried to learn to surf as a teenager. As an adult, my husband and I went for a beautiful 4 mile walk here the day after we got married, and one of the first places we took our son after he was born, for a cool stroll in the ocean breeze of summer to escape the astounding June heat of our home, 20 miles away.

Surfers never-ending, and with the scenic lighthouse on the point, this beach holds a lot of memories, and, I am sure, more to come. Even in the winter, I swear that you can hear the tourists enjoying the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, just beyond the wooden pier.
As a tribute to one of my favorite places, I have created this cowl, with continuous crashing waves of its own.

Gauge:

18 sts = 4 inches crashing wave pattern, or 36 sts, and 9 "waves"=8 inches

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Adult. 14" tall and 57" inches in circumference

Materials:

  • US 11 (6.0mm) 29 inchor larger Circular Needles

You Will Also Need:

  • 4 Stitch Markers, with one being unique and easy to distinguish from the other three.
  • Tapestry Needle for sewing in ends

Suggested yarn:

544 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Spud and Chloe Sweater

Colorway:

#7521 Beluga

About Designer

About Designer

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Born and raised in Northern California, Julie learned to knit in over her New Years 2010 Lake Tahoe vacation, from her sister, Lauri. She has been knitting almost non-stop since then, publishing her first pattern less than a year after initially partying with tangly yarn, and earning the knitting nick-name, “The Machine,” for her even tension, and perpetual knitting. Julie started her first blog, ...

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