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Reflected Hearts Cowl


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  • Stranded

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The Reflected Hearts Cowl is a relatively quick and easy project using the Fair Isle stranded technique and worsted weight yarn. It is large enough to fold and button at the front to form an extra layer of warmth under a winter's coat. I designed this cowl for a Fair Isle class with simplicity and speed in mind. It has only a few rounds that require weaving in the floats and only a couple of times when the unused yarn is carried up and a couple of times when it is cut. It also has a couple of rows of corrugated ribbing for quick practice. The pattern testers have found this to be a fun, quick and easy knit, a great gift idea and stash buster. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY stranded, fair isle colorwork, knitting in the round GAUGE 19 sts and 24 rows = 4" with larger needles in stockinette stitch after blocking. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS S (M, L) to fit circumference at mid-neck: 13 (14, 15)" Finished measurements: 26 (28.5, 31)" circumference x 7" tall SUGGESTED YARN 415 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Patons Classic Wool COLORWAY 3 contrasting colors: 200 yds Color A; 160 yds Color B; 55 yds Color C. Sample used A-Winter White, B-Dark Grey Mix, C-Magenta

Supplies Needed

  • 24" circular needles 5US and 7US and 5US double point needles for i-cord
  • 1" round or toggle button, stitch markers, yarn needle and thinner tapestry needle for sewing on button.

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I have been knitting and sewing since early childhood, got a college degree in fashion design and started teaching and designing in my lifelong passions about 10 years ago as a second career. Before this, I had a long career as Human Resources Manager (Staffing Program Lead) for NASA-Ames Research Center in northern California's famous "Silicon Valley".