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Double Dutch Cabled Cowl


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This cowl is very simple yet eye catching in it's construction as it is knitted fat and seamed at the end. It matches the Double Dutch Cabled Headband - The cabled pattern is very effective, but deceptively easy. You will soon pick up the repeating pattern. This means that this is the ideal project for working on whilst you are watching the TV. It is also quite quick to knit up so would make a great last minute gift if you fnd yourself needing to whip something up from your stash. The cowl takes 85g of aran weight yarn so it is a great project for using up that left over ball. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cast on Cast off Place stitches on cable needle GAUGE 20 stitches & 24 rows worked in cabled pattern = 10x10cm/4x4inches using 5.5mm needles. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Height: 16.5cm/6.5inches Circumference: 44.5cm/17.5inches (after sewing ends together) SUGGESTED YARN 182 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cloudborn Fibres (100% Peruvian wool, 175m, 192yards) COLORWAY Indigo

Recommended with this pattern

  • 100g aran weight yarn
  • 5.5mm straight needles
  • Darning needle

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Designs by Emma @AllNeedles
Designs by Emma @AllNeedles
I am currently offering a 20% discount from my Etsy store for subscribers to my newsletter. Just click the link! My Nan taught me to knit when i was a little girl. As a teenager I taught myself to cross stitch. Now I am in my 30's and am currently having a bit of a renewal in my knitting passion! I have also taught myself to crochet. In the past I have done sample knitting for Rowan yarns as well as their head designer Marie Wallin. I am enjoying writing my own knitting and crochet patterns. Most of my designs are with my children in mind, things that they would like me to make for them.