Dewberry by Hilary Smith Callis
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Dewberry

Knitting
May 2015
Aran (8 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in lace and purl stripe pattern
US 8 - 5.0 mm
200 - 255 yards (183 - 233 m)
Small [Large] = 16”/ 40.5 cm [18”/ 45.5 cm] circumference at top opening, 12.25”/ 31 cm [14.25”/ 36 cm] height at center, and 35.5”/ 90 cm [38”/ 96.5 cm] circumference at bottom opening
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Dewberry is a sweet and simple single-skein shawl-cowl hybrid. Designed to use up a small amount of worsted or aran weight yarn, this piece is shaped like a semi-circular shawl but is worked mostly in the round to resemble the look of a small shawl worn wrapped around the neck. Dewberry utilizes purled stripes and the simplest of lace patterns to give it texture and interest. It comes in two sizes and can also easily be enlarged by using a heavier weight of yarn. This cowl whips up in no time at all, so if the weather changes one morning and you find yourself needing something new to keep you warm, Dewberry will be ready for you by that afternoon.

Specific Yarn Requirements:
The Plucky Knitter Primo Aran (75% Merino, 20% Cashmere, 5% Nylon; 200 yds / 183 m per 115g); 1 skein in Wintry Mix (grey) (The Plucky Knitter Scholar (75% Merino, 25% Cashmere; 255 yds / 235 m per 115g); 1 skein in Tiny Bubbles (berry- colored))
Or, 200 yds / 175 m (250 yds / 225 m) of a worsted or aran weight yarn

Needles:
US 8 (5 mm) circular needle, 16-24”/ 40-60 cm long, or size needed to obtain gauge

Gauge:
17 sts & 26 rows (16 sts & 25 rows) = 4”/ 10 cm in lace and purl stripe patterns
17 (16) sts = 4”/ 10 cm in Stockinette St
Meeting these exact gauges is not crucial, but any major differences will affect the size of the finished cowl.

Technical editing by Tana Pageler.

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