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'Masquerade' Cowl Single Hank Super Chun

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : 'Masquerade' Cowl Single Hank Super Chun
'Masquerade' Cowl Single Hank Super Chun
'Masquerade' Cowl Single Hank Super Chun
'Masquerade' Cowl Single Hank Super Chun
'Masquerade' Cowl Single Hank Super Chun
'Masquerade' Cowl Single Hank Super Chun

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit in round
  • knit
  • purl
  • yo
  • k4tog
  • right cross= k2tog, leave on needle, knit first stitch only again
  • bo
  • CO

Pattern Description:

Overview: Sly and fun to knit, Tricks with stitches make beautifully unique upraised and elongated stitching and cable look twists in coulmns. Worked in the round on big needles with super bulky yarn, it goes fast - whip up a last minute gift in an afternoon. A complex at first glance techniques that are really quite simple and fun to create. So try something new :) With only a 6 stitch/four row repeat it's easy to memorize and keep track of. A great skill builder for beginners or addition to the repertoire of more advanced knitters.
Sz US 17 (12.75 mm) circular needles 20 " (51cm) long
90 yards(82 m) of super bulky yarn - Sample used Malabrigo Rasta in Zarzamora, Berocco Sundae or Plymouth Magnum are good substitutions
1 stitch marker for EOR (end of round)
row counter (optional - there are only 4 so it's pretty easy to keep your place)
Darning needle to sew tails+


for yarn selection 2 stitches per inch stockinette on US 17

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • one size easily modified larger/smaller or taller
  • sample 9" by 25" around


  • sz US 17 (12.5 mm) circular needles 20 " long
  • one hank (90yds Super bulky yarn
  • row counter
  • marker
  • darning needle

Suggested yarn:

90 yards of Bulky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Malabrigo 'Rasta'


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