Designed by Rachel Atkinson for Loop, London.
A chunky cowl knit in Freia Ombré, using a stitch pattern developed from the concept showcased by Cecelia Campochiaro in her amazing book, Sequence Knitting. The pattern uses pretty much the entire skein and the big needles make this a super fast project – perfect for when you need a quick warm knit.
• Every round is the same repeat of k3, p3, k1, p1, but for the main section you work over an odd number of stitches to create the diagonal pattern. Once you have worked a few rounds you will nd it an easy to memorise and relaxing knit.
• Chart is read from right to left, from the bottom upward.
• Sample shown used 147g of the full 150g skein. If you are worried you might run out of yarn due to a difference in tension, work one less round of the main pattern then decrease as set in the last stitch of the nal round of main pattern. Take the rib pattern from the next row of the Chart (working 7 repeats over the 56 stitches) and work the same number of rib rounds and cast-off as given.