Beltane Cowl by Nat Raedwulf

Beltane Cowl

Nat Raedwulf's Ravelry Store
August 2015
Aran (8 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 6 - 4.0 mm
219 - 262 yards (200 - 240 m)
One Size: 52 cm circumference x 30 cm height
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Named after the ancient Celtic festival of Spring, Beltane was designed around the vibrant colours of Noro’s Silk Garden during the time of year when I was meditating the richness of new beginnings.

This cowl is a mosaic knit using slipped stitches to create a colourwork design while only using one strand at a time. With both charted and written instructions, as well as tips and tricks, this is the perfect introduction to someone wanting to try their hand at slipped stitch colourwork for the first time or for an old pro looking for a quick knit.

This worsted weight cowl is sure to be a versatile, vibrant bold piece whether you pair it with either variegated or solid colourways. The mosaic knitting creates a dense fabric perfect to keep the chill off in the cooler parts of the year.

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Photos by Ron Pogue.