Wildly variegated yarns can be a lot of fun, but tough to work with. The linen stitch pattern in this cowl is a great way to blend the colors and prevent pooling. The cables really pop, and the difference in row height between the two stitch patterns create neat little scallops at the top and bottom.
A fun quick knit to keep your neck warm!
26 stitches and 38 rows to 4" (10 cm) in
Linen Cable Pattern blocked and
unstretched (rows are measured at
linen stitch sections only)
210 yards of Worsted weight
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I have always been crafting or creating since I was little, but had never really latched onto any particular thing for long. I decided to teach myself how to knit in January 2006. After many years of knowing how to crochet and neglecting the craft, knitting has become my obsession. Now I love crochet more than ever, and I've dipped my toe into the weaving waters too!