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Christiana Cowl

Knitting
January 2014
DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in Seed Stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
480 - 600 yards (439 - 549 m)
One Size Fits Most
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This Cowl was designed by Terri Rosenthal for Challenge 6 of The Fiber Factor! www.TheFiberFactor.com

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate

YARN WEIGHT: DK / Light Worsted

MATERIALS:

Featured Yarn: Patina by Zitron, 55% New Merino Wool, 45%
Rayon, 120 yds / 50g. Grey Cowl shown in #5013 (Charcoal - 4 balls).
Pink Cowl shown in C1 - #5001 (Cherry Blossom - 2 balls), C2 - #5002
(Magnolia - 2 balls), and C3 - #5003 (Raspberry Cordial - 1 ball).

addi Needles:
4.5 mm (approximate US 7) straight or circular needle
4.5 mm (approximate US 7) Double Pointed Needles (set of 5)
4.0 mm (approximate US F) bamboo crochet hook
or sizes needed to obtain gauge

Additional Notions:
Large stitch holder, tapestry needle; stitch
markers; (14) 1/2” buttons; 2 - 3 medium sized snaps.
Optional: (1) Jul Spiral Bridge Closure (4.5” wide by 3.5” tall).
artfelt® paper and 100% Merino roving, 50g (your choice of color).

DESIGNER’S NOTES:

1) Cowl is created by alternating Welt & Seed Stitch panels with
Rope Panels.
2) The Stockinette Stitch Ropes vary in length along one side only,
which gives a slight flair to the lower edge of the cowl, making it
possible to wear over the shoulders as a wrap.
3) When working the Ropes, place stitches onto a stitch holder as
they are finished. When all ropes are finished, move the stitches
on hold back to a working needle before continuing. Weave the
yarn tails for each Rope when the project is complete.
4) Instructions are written for 3-color cowl.