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This funnel-shaped cowl is worked in stockinette stitch, in The Yarn Collective Hudson Worsted. Made up in the round, from the bottom up with shaping, this panel features the panel on the front with elaborately twisted and perfectly proportioned cables. Grab your needles, it’s time to make a perfect cowl!
Bottom Circumference: 30”/75 cm
Top Circumference: 24½“/40 cm
Height at center front: 13”/32.5 cm
The Yarn Collective Hudson Worsted (185% Wool, 15% Yak 100 gr/ 3.5 OZ 180 M/196 YRDS; 2 skeins in OCHRE #407
4 MM | US 6 and 4.5 MM | US 7 circular needle 60 CM | 24 INCH long
Optional second 4 MM | US 6 circular needle 60 CM | 24 INCH for Provisional Cast On and Tubular Bind Off
Markers, tapestry needle, cable needle, crochet hook G/4 mm for Provisional Cast On, waste yarn.
Adjust needle size if necessary, to obtain gauge.
20 stitches and 28 rounds = 4”/10 cm in Stockinette Stitch on larger needle, after blocking.
The cowl is worked from the bottom up in the round.
The chart is worked in rows and in the round.
When work in the round, read all rows from right to left.
German Short-Rows are used for bottom front shaping. Knitters may use the preferable method of Short-Rows.
The cable pattern has charted and written instructions.