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ColorBand Cowl


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ColorBand Cowl is a loop in a loop. It's knitted in a round and then the ends are grafted with Kitchener's stitch (the grafting instructions are provided in the pattern). All of the color bands are made in slipstitch patterns - only one color is used on any given row, making it a perfect project for a colorwork beginner. YARN: Fingering weight (shown in Knitpicks Pallette 100% Peruvian Highland Wool 50g 231yds): 2 balls of black (A); 1 ball each of: cream (B); dark grey "Asphalt Heather" (C); medium blue "Pool" (D); dark purple "Eggplant" (E); medium purple "Huckleberry Heather" (F); light purple "Hyacinth" (G); teal "Calypso Heather" (H); light blue "Sky" (I); light green "Celadon Heather" (J); orange "Rose Hip"(K); red "Pimento" (L) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl provisional cast on grafting with kitchener's stitch (instructions are provided) read pattern GAUGE 32 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches in Salt and Pepper pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS one size 14" tube (7" when worn) in a 55-60" long loop. PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knitpicks Palette COLORWAY multiple

Recommended with this pattern

  • Fingering weight yarn
  • Double-pointed needles or circular knitting needles (two sets ) US 3/ 3.25 mm or size to obtain the gauge
  • Tapestry needle

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My first knitting project was a skinny garter scarf with disappointedly unevenly spaced rows made out of bleached-white yarn (acrylic worsted as I recall now) with hot pink stripe on each end. There was no pattern involved, so I believe I can call it my first design. I don't remember actually wearing that scarf ever. My knitting skills improved with time, I also developed love for sewing and designed all of my clothes through my high school and college. I got inspired to publish my knitting patterns since I discovered Ravelry knitting community and it's through Ravelry I found out about Craftsy - a source of wonderful classes and a variety of amazing projects and patterns. When I don't knit or design, I experiment with neurons and teach.