The pattern includes written instructions, full-colour photos, detailed charts and descriptions of all the required techniques.
The Foehn winds are a type of dry down-slope wind that occurs in the lee (downwind side) of a mountain range. They are warm winds that can raise temperatures by as much as 30 °C (54 °F) in just a matter of hours.
Just as this cowl: a simple garter stitch pattern creates a warm and reversible fabric, perfect for those chilly fall and winter days. The snood is a little asymmetric, to get a modern design, and the chevron pattern in the middle is reminding a gust of wind.
This is a very flexible pattern, as the size is fully adaptable to your wishes - you just need to choose as you’re knitting it.
Small size: about 200 yards MC and 100 yards of CC.
Medium size: about 220 yards MC and 120 yards of CC.
Large size: about 260 yards of MC and 180 yards of CC.