Legend has it that the beauty of the Kalayan Minaret, in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, is so inspiring that it was the only structure spared by Genghis Khan when he razed the city in the thirteenth century. Looking at it today, it is not difficult to see why this might be true. From its base to the top of its rotunda – approximately 150ft - section upon section of intricate detailing covers the exterior. One of these beautiful sections lent itself particularly well to the mosaic knitting technique, and inspired me to design this cowl.
Other buying options:
- main colour: approximately 150yds
- contrast colour: approximately 100yds
Other materials needed
stitch marker, or whatever you use to mark for beginning of rounds
An update was made to the pattern PDF file on January 6, 2014 to correct a typo in needle size on page 3.