Cuello otoño - Otoño Cowl by Pilar R. Mendez

Cuello otoño - Otoño Cowl

Knitting
September 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
574 - 689 yards (525 - 630 m)
One
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Esta prenda mezcla dos de mis prendas de abrigo favoritas. Un cuello y un chal calado. Esta prenda se queda en su sitio cuando te la pones, y ofrece una capa de tejido cálido y delicioso que protejerá tu cuello y torso de las inclemencias del tiempo. Es fácilmente combinable, y podría convertirse en tu accesorio de entretiempo favorito.

Lana: 660 metros de lana de grosor Fingering en dos colores. Muestra tejida en El Robledal de La Santa Suri Merino (50% Suri Alpaca – 50% Merino, 300m/100g) en colores Vineyard y Broome.

Tamaño final

Largo: 52cm.
Ancho: 46 cm en la parte de abajo y 25 cm en la de arriba.

Muestra de tensión

21,5 pts 32 vtas: 10 cm x 10 cm tejido a pto de media. Medida tomada despues de bloquear.


This piece is a mixture of two of my favorite garments, a lacy shawl and a warm cowl. Unlike lacy shawls, this garment stays in place, and provides a nice layer of clothing to protect neck and chest while keeping you in style. It can be dressed up or down and it can easily become a must in your daily wear.

Yarn: 600 m fingering weight in two contrasting colours, shown in El Robledal de La Santa Suri Merino (50% Suri Alpaca – 50% Merino, 300m/100g) colors Vineyard y Broome.

Measurements

Length: 52cm
Width: Lower part 46 cm. Higher part 28 cm

Gauge

21,5 sts 32 X rows: 10 cm x 10 cm in stocking stitch

Notes
This cowl is knitted top down. The first part is knitted flat, to be joined later to knit in the round. It displays a simple diamond motif that decorates its surface. Add a lace edge and you will enjoy a wide, warm and comfy garment that will quickly become a favorite in cooler weather.