Montreal Cowl by Tanja Luescher

Montreal Cowl

October 2014
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
15 stitches = 4 inches
in K2p2 Ribbing
US 11 - 8.0 mm
219 yards (200 m)
16 cm (6.5'') wide, 112 cm (44'') around
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The Montreal Set was inspired by my best friend. She’s living in Canada and needs really warm accessories for the cold, cold winters there.
The cowl is a really easy knit. It is worked as a long scarf that is either seamed or joined using kitchener stitch to make a cowl for style and extra warmth.

Size: 16 cm (6.5’’) wide, 112 cm (44’’) around

Gauge: 15 sts = 10 cm 4” in pattern after blocking

Garnstudio Drops Eskimo (50 g (1.8 oz), 50 m (54 yd), 100 % wool), 2 balls #63 Night Sky (MC); 2 balls #01 Off White (CC)
or 100 m (110 yd) of MC and 100 m (110 yd) of CC super bulky yarn of your choice
8 mm (US 11) 40 needle (straight or circular, as you prefer) or a size required to get gauge
1 cable needle (or a spare dpn, of the same size you’re knitting with or a little bit smaller)
Sewing needle (optional, if you want to sew the ends of the scarf together)
1 spare dpn (optional, if you want to join the ends of the scarf using kitchener stitch)

Skills needed:
Knit and purl
Provisional Cast On (Optional, explained and Tutorial linked in the pattern)
Kitchener Stitch (Optional, Tutorial linked in the pattern)

The pattern has been tech-edited by cupani and test-knit by Dreamchaser0202.