Cosán Cowl by Knitterarium

Cosán Cowl

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Knitting
August 2014
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
US 7 - 4.5 mm
82 - 198 yards (75 - 181 m)
S – Length 25" [63.5cm]. Height 8½" [21.5cm]. L – Length 52" [132cm]. Height 8½" [21.5cm].
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Cosán means “path” in Irish, and this cowl is a weaving of paths together.

Each colour path has its ups and downs as it weaves and winds its way from the bottom of the cowl to the top.

This is a simple but effective pattern giving the knitter a chance to dip their toe into the world of colour in projects, with only one colour worked per row.

I-cord finishing makes for a snug, gently-rolled edge which is lovely when worn against the skin.

Finished Measurements:
S – Length 25” 63.5cm. Height 8½“ 21.5cm.
L – Length 52” 132cm. Height 8½” 21.5cm.

Yarn:
Colour A: 107 (198) yds 98 (180) m Aran or Worsted weight yarn.
Colour B: 82 (150) yds 75 (136) m Aran or Worsted weight yarn.

Needles:
US size 7 4.5mm 16” 40cm circular needle for the small size; 24” 60cm circular needle for the large size; or size to obtain correct gauge.

Skills Required:
kfb, ssk

Gauge:
20 sts and 26 rows = 4” 10cm stockinette stitch.

Notions:
1 stitch marker

Shown in:
size L

This pattern was previously known as Flowing Uphill, it was re-worked with the same instructions but with a heavier weight yarn and gauge to give a better colour effect. It has also been re-written in two different sizes and tech edited and test knitted to bring it into line with my other patterns.

This pattern has both charted and written instructions.

TERMS OF USE:
This pattern is intended for your personal non-commercial use only. Do not copy, share or sell the pattern.