Glowing Embers by Simone Kereit

Glowing Embers

Knitting
September 2014
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches = 4 inches
in Embers pattern
US 7 - 4.5 mm
360 - 380 yards (329 - 347 m)
44”/112 cm circumference, 7”/18 cm high
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Take campfire warmth with you wherever you go with this easy to make cowl.

Cowl can be worn wrapped twice or simply folded and tucked in. The look of embers as well as the texture is achieved through a simple drop stitch pattern which makes it possible to get dramatic results with little effort, as you are using only one color per round!


Mit den kühleren Herbsttagen kommt das ideale Wetter für Lagerfeuer.
Die glühenden Kohlen (Glowing Embers) sind in diesem Halswärmer durch ein einfaches Stichmuster dargestellt, wobei immer nur eine Farbe pro Runde gebraucht wird. Das Muster ist daher schnell gemeistert und kann auch schon von neueren Strickerinnen erfolgreich gewagt werden.
Der Cowl kann doppelt oder einfach getragen werden, je nach Lust und Laune oder dem Wärmebedüftnis.


Video tutorial (link in pattern) to show you step by step how to work the ‘Embers’ pattern, and seeing how easy it is, will take any remaining fear out of dropping stitches for this pattern!

Pattern is easy even for a newer knitter to master.

Materials:
Yarn:

Mountain Meadow Wool ‘Laramie’ (100% Mountain Merino, 196 yards/179 meters, 3.5 oz/100gr)
1 skein each color A (Charcoal) and color B (Fire)
Or worsted weight yarn in 2 colors, about 143 yds (130 m) color A, and 134 yds (123 m) color B.

Needles:
US Size 7 (4.5 mm) 32” circular
or size to obtain gauge

Gauge:
16 st = 4” on US #7 (4.5mm) needles in dropped stitch color pattern

Notions:
1 stitch marker

Finished Size:
44”/112 cm circumference, 7”/18 cm high

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