Anguli is a cowl designed to mimic the look of an asymmetrical triangular shawl wrapped around the neck, but with no pesky ends to come untied. Knit flat in garter stitch with a simple stripe sequence, a series of increases and decreases forms the shape of this cowl, and one little seam up the back joins it together. This is a fun and quick project that uses a small amount of fingering weight yarn – perfect for gift knitting, perfect for travel knitting, and creates a great, striking accessory.
Specific yarn requirements:
Cloudborn Highland Fingering (100%Wool; 494 yds/ 452 m per 100g); 1 skein each in Charcoal Heather (MC) and Natural (CC)
Or, in a fingering weight yarn, 250 yds/ 230 m of MC and 100 yds/ 90 m of CC (also shown in Highland Fingering with MC and CC reversed, and Plucky Knitter Primo Fingering in Good Ole Pip MC and Twill CC)
US 5 (3.5 mm) circular needle, at least 20”/ 50 cm long
21 sts & 42 rows = 4”/ 10 cm in Garter Stitch
Meeting this exact gauge is not crucial, but any major differences will affect the size of the finished cowl as well as yarn requirements.
Technical editing by Tana Pageler.
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