Broken Thyme by Andrea Mowry

Broken Thyme

October 2015
yarn held together
+ Fingering
= DK (11 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 9 - 5.5 mm
600 - 825 yards (549 - 754 m)
65" around X 11.5" wide
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This cowl is a great opportunity to play with color and texture! You can keep your marling subtle, or choose more contrasting fingering yarns for more intensity. The easy lace keeps this cowl light enough for a spot in your wardrobe year round! Mixing neutrals with a pop of color makes it an effortless piece to finish any outfit!

Sizes: One Size
Yarn: MC - 610yd/140g fingering weight (held double) If using 2 different colors, 305 yds/each; CC - 215yd/92g dk weight
Suggested Yarn: YOTH Little Brother (435yd/100g) - 1 skein Shiitake, 1 Skein Hazelnut; YOTH Big Sister (231yd/100g) - 1 skein Thyme
Suggested Needles: US 9/5.5mm and 40in/100cm circulars
Notions: Approximately 22 stitch markers, tapestry needle, one removable stitch marker or scrap yarn
Gauge (worked over stockinette/after blocking): 16 sts and 25 rows/ 4in/10cm
Finished Measurements: 65in/165cm circumference; 11.5in/29cm height
Techniques to indulge in: Knitting in the round, broken stockinette, chevron lace, I-cord cast on & bind off, striping, marling