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Waneka is named after a lake in my town which has a cute little path around it. It's a breeze of a walk, good for an afternoon clear-your-mind stroll. Similarly, this cowl is a good zone out and clean your slate sort of knit. It features join as you go icord with a super easy and clever braid up the side. No cabling, no seaming, and no finishing other than weaving in two ends! Any yarn weight will do with this cowl! You decide the sizing as you go so you don't even need to swatch. Really! The stripes come from using yarns with long repeats. Samples are shown in Schoppel-Wolle Zauberball (mustard/gray), Knit Picks Chroma Worsted (black/gray/cream) and hand dyed Worsted (yellow/green/blue). BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Using a circular needle Working an icord

Supplies Needed

  • Any weight yarn
  • 2 DPNs and one circular needle in a size appropriate for your yarn
  • tapestry needle

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Wattsolak Designs
Wattsolak Designs
Hi folks! I'm Annie and I have been crafting since before I knew what "crafting" was. I took up knitting in 2002 on a whim when I found a pamphlet in a Michaels store. I've been hooked ever since. I have been designing my own things for years but only started sharing them just over a year ago. I'm so happy to share all my ideas with everyone else!