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Part of the Mirri pattern collection, including Hat, Cowl and Mitts. These simple yet striking designs all feature eyelet fabric and eyelet ribbing. Individually or together, they are perfect for an adventurous beginner or the more experienced knitter looking for a fast fun knit. A great choice for quick gifts or to complement your own wardrobe.
The Mirri cowl is wide enough to keep your neck cozy. The short version is a fun and warm accessory, while the long version can be worn two ways - long or wrapped twice.
Mirri is an Australian Aboriginal word meaning stars. Scores of eyelets dot this fabric like twinkling stars in the night sky.
Yarn: 400 - 650 yds/365 - 595m 4ply/fingering weight yarn
Samples shown in Quince and Co. Finch (100% American Wool, 221 yds /202 m per 50g hank)
Short cowl: Carrie's yellow, 2 skeins Long cowl: Iceland, 3 skeins
US 3/3.25mm circular needles (or size required to obtain gauge) - 24"/60cm for short cowl; 32-40"/80-100cm for long cowl
GAUGE: 26 stitches & 44 rows = 4"/10cm in stockinette in the round-blocked
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Width: both sizes 8"/20cm
Length: (measured flat)
Short: 12"/30.5cm Long: 25.5"/65cm
26 stitches & 44 rows = 4"/10cm in stockinette in the round-blocked
500 yards of Fingering weight
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