Colour Me Happy by Jessica Gore
This clever cowl is knit flat, beginning with a provisional bind off and invisibly grafted together with the famous Kitchener Stitch! A meditative slip stitch pattern works beautifully with a Knitcircus speckled handpaint - just the right amount of texture that doesn't get lost in the speckle. Add an easy i-cord edge, and this cowl's edges look finished and resist rolling.
Instructions in the pattern are included for provisional cast on, Kitchener Stitch, how to best utilize a handpainted yarn, and how to modify the size of your cowl.
The pattern is written for two sizes: a small size cowl (pictured in our sample), or a large infinity cowl that will loop twice around your neck.
This yarn is ready to ship from our studio to your favorite knitting chair.
The Colour Me Happy Cowl is designed by Jessica Gore. This kit includes:
- 50g skein for a small size cowl OR 100g skein for a large infinity cowl in color of your choice - please choose from drop down menu
pattern - make sure to choose YES from the drop-down menu, otherwise no
- pattern will be sent and you can purchase the pattern yourself from the following websites. See notes below on pattern.
Ravelry.com -- Payhip.com -- Lovecrafts.com
You will receive enough yarn to make one cowl. Note: The fluorescent yellow cowl shown in our sample photo uses the colorway High Voltage Speckled Handpaint. The blue cowl shown in our sample photo uses the colorway We Scare Because We Care Speckled Handpaint.
Colors Available: We Scare Because We Care, High Voltage, Where the Wild Yarns Are, Shabby Chic
Yarn Base Available: Opulence
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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.
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.