Lonely Skein is an elegant cowl that features combination of simple lace and cables. The picot edge adds visual interest. Light and airy, it can be worn wrapped twice for a loose fit or 3 times for a cozier feel. The cowl is knitted flat and Kitchener stitch used to join two edges. This is a perfect project for that lonely skein in your stash. Enjoy!
The sample cowl measures 160 cm (63 inches) long and 11 cm (4 inches) wide after light blocking. You can easily make your cowl shorter and/or wider by changing the number of repeats.
The gauge is not critical in knitting this cowl. Adjust your needle size to suite your yarn and achieve the size and the look of the cowl of your choice.
1 skein of Sonoma by Baah! DK / 8 ply 100% Merino 233 yards / 100 grams in colorway Mustard.
·US 6 – 4.00 mm needles
·Needle for Kitchener stitch
·Cable needle (optional)
·Crochet hook to weave in the ends
The instructions are both written and charted.