Corinna Cowl & Mitts by Brenda Castiel
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Corinna Cowl & Mitts

February 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
200 yards (183 m)
one size
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This cowl will brighten up your winter, or make it for someone who could use some color in their life.
Knit in the round, the cowl features alternating stripes with slipped stitches cleverly used to create vertical lines as well as horizontal. It uses seed stitch borders to finish off the top and bottom edges. It is shaped to be wider at the bottom than the top so it will sit nicely on the shoulders.

The fingerless mitts match the cowl.

Choose two complementary colors, or go bold! The stripes are perfect to show off a beautiful variegated, speckled or gradient yarn, matched with a solid yarn.

Meditative knitting, along with two pretty yarns, combine for a relaxing yet satisfying knitting experience.

Cowl: 30”/75cm around at lower edge,
and 10”/25cm deep
Mitts: 8”/20cm around and 7½“/19cm long
Any worsted weight yarn: wool, or acrylic or blend.
One ball of each color:
200 yds/188 m/4 oz/113g of color A and color B