SPIDERS' SILK Cowl

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SPIDERS' SILK Cowl Pattern

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Knitting: SPIDERS' SILK Cowl
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cast on; Knit; Purl; Knit 9 stitches together

Pattern Description:

Working Time: 10 hours

Capture the magic of a misty morning with wispy webs of swirling silk! An ode to nature's own artisans, this quick knitted cowl features glistening gossamer circles floating on a bed of slanted stitch mesh. Worked in one piece with a single ounce of yarn, this elegantly airy accessory is the perfect welcome for warmer weather. And with our step-by-step instructions for making any size with any weight of yarn, you can stitch a collection of multi-season accessories.....from scarves to capelets.

This 10 Hours or Less premium pattern includes: Extra-large type with extended line spacing for easy reading; Enlarged stitching diagrams; and Supplemental Instructions and Chart for making this pattern in any size with any weight of yarn.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Size: 6.5" [16.5cm] deep x 37.5" [95cm] around
  • Also includes step-by-step instructions for making ANY size in ANY weight of yarn.

Materials:

  • Yarn Weight: Category 1 - Super Fine Weight [Fingering]
  • Amount Needed: 180 yards [165 meters]
  • Tools Used: Circular knitting needles, Sizes 4 [3.5mm] and 6 [4mm]

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