Killington Cowl by Maureen Clark
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Killington Cowl

Knitting
January 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 6 - 4.0 mm
300 - 360 yards (274 - 329 m)
One size fits most: 34” circumference 7 deep” blocked and slightly stretched
This pattern is available from spinnery.com for $7.15.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: approximately 7” high and 34” circumference 18 x 86 cm

This is the third of four cowl projects that were part of the Spinnery’s 2017 Mystery Project Club.

Maureen’s botanical lace infinity cowl is named after Killington, which is one of the many Vermont ski resorts with activities for everyone all year round. When the deep snows melt, the slopes are lush with summer growth and provide a stunning backdrop for hiking, biking, and golf.

This beautiful botanical lace infinity cowl features a lacy leaf design and is bordered with a delicate cabled ruffle. The two textures coalesce into an organic pattern that frames the face and enfolds your shoulders. The generous 34” circumference is intended more for style than warmth, for a single wrap that will be a stunning hand knit compliment to any outfit.

Shown with Earl Grey Alpaca Elegance and Jade Sylvan Spirit