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Stockholm to NY Cowl


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  • Seamless
  • Textured
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

Inspired by these two beautiful cities, this cowl’s design is reflecting architecture and the mood of Stockholm and NY. A modern black and white slip-stitch pattern along with stripes is a perfect choice for this stylish cowl. Made in one piece in the round from bottom up with some simple shaping, this cowl can be worn in a variety of ways. The reverse stockinette stripes are well pronounced and keep their shape as the cowl is worn. Fits size 34”-36” with 8” positive ease. Explanations how to change hem circumference for a different size included in the pattern. In case of changing to a larger size, consider more yarn quantity.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn: Heaven's Hand Sister Silk by Cornelia Hamilton Yarns, (100% mulberry silk; 131 yds [120 m]; 50 g; Charcoal (A) and Sand (B), 2 skeins each. Consider more yarn, if circumference is wider than stated in the pattern.

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Faina Goberstein is a prolific knitwear designer, author, and a professional and inspiring teacher. She is the co-author of The Art of Seamless Knitting and The Art of Slip-Stitch Knitting. Her designs appear in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, Knit.Purl, Knitscene, Interweave Crochet, Twist Collective, and various books. Faina is best known for her elegant and well-fitted classic designs showing off textures such as cables, brioche, lace, and slip stitch patterns. She is fascinated with many knitting techniques and design constructions. Faina loves to share with her students her discoveries and expertise. She teaches at various venues and at local shops around the country and abroad. She blogs at