Big Sebago by Alicia Plummer
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Big Sebago

January 2012
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
US 11 - 8.0 mm
One size fits all
This pattern is available for free.

Sebago Lake is the second largest lake in the state of Maine, as well as the deepest. It is commonly referred to by its portions—Big Sebago and Little Sebago. This drapey cowl, reminiscent of the first frosted glaze over the lake (or your windowpanes!) can be worn as Big Sebago (one long loop) to dress up a simple outfit, or Little Sebago (doubled) for warmth and style in the cold weather!

This would work up great in a locally produced yarn like Quince and Co Lark (buy local!), a supersoft Malabrigo, or a lightly variegated Madelinetosh, but any worsted weight yarn should work fine.

There is no gauge listed because gauge is not super, super important on this project- if you use a worsted weight yarn with size 11 needles you should be good to go!