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Hidden Leaves Cowl

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I wanted to design a cozy cowl that was attractive on both sides and had a bit of shaping for a better fit at the neckline. This lovely reversible stitch pattern features hidden leaves that make a secret promise of spring to the winter-weary wearer. You can wear it with either side facing out, depending on your mood. The cowl is knit in the round and begins with a provisional cast-on. The simple lacy pattern uses a logical progression that is easy to understand and creates gently rippling edges. The shaping is achieved by changing the needle size twice. Both edges feature an I-cord bind-off for a clean finish. This pattern includes charts, written instructions, and links to references for all techniques, including the Provisional cast-on and the I-Cord Bind-off. This pattern has been tech edited and test knit. It also includes yarn management tips for working with a single ply yarn, such as Diadem. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Decreases: k2tog, ssk I-Cord bind off Increases: yo Knitting in the round Provisional cast-on over spare circular needle or waste yarn GAUGE 18 sts & 23 rows = 4 inches/10 cm in pattern stitch, blocked SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Height: 10 inches/25 cm Lower edge circumference: 37.5 inches/95 cm Upper edge circumference: 26 inches/66 cm SUGGESTED YARN 325 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knit Picks Diadem COLORWAY Amethyst

Recommended with this pattern

  • 16-inch/40 cm circular needle in sizes 5, 7 & 9 (3.75, 4.5 & 5.5 mm)
  • 325 yd/297 m of fingering/4 ply sock yarn
  • Spare circular needle cable or waste yarn

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Carla Pera Designs
Carla Pera Designs
My mom taught me how to knit, sew and crochet when I was a girl. It's all part of who I am. I like to design things that are elegantly simple, not too difficult, but also might teach you something new. Clicking on the www box below will take you to my knitting blog where I always have something to say.