Through the Loops - Rivington Cowl
Kirsten Kapur - Through the Loops
This 2 color cowl is worked in the round. The body - the striped portion - is worked first. The edging is knit flat and knit onto the body of the cowl.
Any good Fingering weight yarn.
For small size you need one skein each of each colour: 170 yards (155 metres) of main colour and 60 yards (55 metres) of contrast colour.
For medium version you need one skein of each colour: 360 yards (330 metres) of main colour and 125 yards (114 metres) of contrast colour.
For large version you need 2 skeins of main colour and 1 skein of contast colour: 445 yards (407 metres) of main colour and 160 yards (146 metres) of contrast colour.
17 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches/10cm in striped lace
Circular US 6 - 4.0 mm (16"/40cm)for small size. For medium or large size you need 32"/80cm circular needle.
An additional 4mm x 80cm or shorter circulars or 14mm DPN
Other materials: Stitch Markers, tapestry needle,4mm crochet hook, scrap yarn.
230 - 600 yards (210 - 549 m) depending on size made (see above)
S, M, L
22.5, 45, 59.25”
circumference x 10, 10, 10” deep
Shown in Medium size.
Please note that this pattern is sold as a physical copy; it is not a PDF.