Construction Site Cowl
Due to the complicated and in my humble opinion silly new European tax regulations this pattern will be free until further notice. Have fun!
Construction site is a cute & squashy striped cowl featuring a built in I-cord-edge on one side and an applied garter stitch edge with bobbles and – if chosen – some basic embroidery.
The colors were inspired by a construction site nearby my house – thus the name. The finished cowl reminds me of the Baltic Sea and an old fashioned candy store.
Finished Measurements: 61 ins (circumference), 17 ins (deep)
Yarn: Any worsted yarn about 200 yards/100 g will do! Sample used the fabulous merino-alpaca-silk blend Organ-ik by The Fiber Company: MC: 280 yards (Arctic Tundra) CC1: 190 yards (Aquatic Forest) CC2: 190 yards (Magma)
Gauge: 16-18 sts per 4 ins
Needles & notions: US10/6mm circular needle, 47 ins and 24 ins, 1 stitch-marker, tapestry needle
Thank you to my fabulous test knitters: siewclark, nattiknitter, prizebird, catebrassington, lindseymac, Orinoco, as well as my lovely proof reader anairb —you really made this pattern work!