Appia by Hilary Smith Callis
Using just one skein of fingering weight yarn, you can knit a small or large version of this pattern from any of our lovely colorways in kettle-dyed semi-solids or speckled handpaints.
From the designer: "Named for the famous Roman road, Appia is a lacey, light cowl-shawl hybrid with a pretty picot bind off at the edge. It is shaped like a semi-circular shawl with evenly spaced increase rows, but is worked partially in the round, so it can be worn as a cowl without any dangling ends (a shape similar to my Starshower and Adama designs). The all-over Roman Stripe stitch pattern is simple to execute and creates a knitted fabric that is both lacey and highly textured, for maximum impact. Appia comes in two sizes, each taking less than a skein of sock yarn, and is quick enough to make one for yourself and for a gift!"
Please note: All dyed-to-order yarns take 4-6 weeks to deliver.
The Appia cowl is designed by Hilary Smith Callis. This kit includes:
Specific Yarn Requirements:
small/large: 250yds/375yds of fingering weight yarn
You will receive enough yarn to make one cowl. Note: The purple cowl is the Large size. The green cowl is the Small size and looks much like our Hobbit Hole colorway.
Colors Available: Hobbit Hole, Rhymes with Orange, Cottage by the Sea, Silver Lining, Leapfrog
Yarn Base Available: Greatest of Ease: fingering (80% superwash Merino/20% nylon) - 400 yards/100g. Great stitch definition, soft and springy. Our most popular base.
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This kit includes the pattern if you choose it from the dropdown menu. Free Ravelry download code is included with pattern purchase. Redeem your unique code upon checkout on Ravelry.com to receive your complementary digital copy.
These patterns are printed in booklet form on high-quality, heavy-duty paper with color photographs.
Care for all of our yarns: Hand or machine wash cold (delicate cycle), dry flat. Our yarns are colored using professional-grade acid dyes.
We’ve made every effort to photograph the color accurately, but appearance may vary with your monitor settings.