FLOW: The Cowl Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit, Read Chart. Basic colorwork

Pattern Description:

Mihly Cskszentmihlyi, pronounced (Chick SENT me high), is a famous psychologist who expounded on the concept of "flow." Flow is achieved when one is blissfully immersed in a task to the extent that she loses all sense of time. It is an emotionally fulfilling state of being. I get flow when I knit this slip-stitch pattern. I am so blissfully happy in the doing, that I lose track of time and place. Achieve a great double-knit look without the work. This pattern scratches so many knitting itches! It is worked in-the-round, is versatile, and it employs an easy-to-follow colorwork design. Flow can be knitted any length, and because it has a buttoned closure, it can be buttoned and worn as a cowl, twisted and then buttoned for a moebius cowl, twisted twice before buttoning for a neck warmer, or left unbuttoned as a scarf. It uses Quince & Company's luscious tern wool and silk yarn. Absolutely stunning!

Gauge:

n/a

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size fits all--Knitter's Choice

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Quince & Co. tern

Colorway:

Back Bay and Driftwood

About Designer

About Designer

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I am Deborah. I am fortunate to be able to spend my days doing the things I love most in life: knitting, sewing, designing, cooking, baking, reading and writing. I am trying to learn, with an open mind, as much as I can from this life without having to repeat my mistakes or the mistakes of my parents.

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