Ballyvaughan Cowl by Sally Strawberry

Ballyvaughan Cowl

February 2018
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
6.0 mm (J)
One size
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

As the weather gets warmer you don’t always want a full scarf, but still need something around your neck to keep out the wind. This cowl is perfect in those ‘in between’ seasons. This is a fast project, using a simple textured stitch pattern. This was inspired by the glorious colours of the landscape surrounding Ballyvaughan, County Clare, Ireland during the spring time.

One size: 18 cm wide, 60cm long before joining into a round. Measurements made after blocking

This garment will benefit from wet blocking to relax the stitches.

100g Siabod Slate (05)- A, 50g Gwyngregin Damson (06)- B and 25g Idwal Lichen (09)- C in Ada from Find Me Knitting.

6.0 mm hook

Gauge is not strictly important for this project.

This cowl is constructed in rows. The short ends are sewn together using mattress stitch to join into a circle

Difficulty: easy

This pattern uses UK crochet terminology and comprises written instructions