▲ PATTERN NOTES
A simple colorwork cowl with easy to remember pattern repeats inspired by the Native American arrows my grandfather collected on and around his South Texas farm. Knit in the round, this easy geometric design is great for a first colorwork project and holds enough interest for advanced knitters as well. The dense fabric the colorwork creates will make a warm cowl to wear around your neck for comfort or a pop of color under your coat.
Colors are changed using the stranded method of knitting. Hold both colors throughout each round, using colors as indicated in charts. All stitches in the chart are knit stitches.
Finished measurements: 28” in circumference by 14” in height for short version; 36” in circumference by 14” in height for longer version
DK-weight yarn in Color A and B, in 100g skeins
1 (2) skeins of Color A
1 skein of Color B
Stitch marker, tapestry needle, row counter (optional)
US Size 6 (4.25 mm) 24” circular for short version or 32” circular for longer version, and US Size 8 (5.00 mm) 24” circular for short version or 32” circular for longer version, or sizes needed to obtain gauge
17 sts x 20 rows = 4” in stockinette st after blocking
These patterns are printed in booklet form on high-quality, heavy-duty paper with color photographs.