Redoubt by Ana Clerc
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Redoubt

Knitting
August 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
400 - 450 yards (366 - 411 m)
11" x 34" around, instructions included for modification
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Redoubt (ri-dout)
Noun
Fortification, an isolated earthwork forming a complete enclosure of any form, used to defend a prominent point.
Redoubts are circular fortifications, often with star-shaped defenses the radiate outward from the center. I used the Citadel of Lille as the source for my inspiration (see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citadel_of_Lille)

Redoubt is a chevron cowl accented by stockinette ribs that stand out on a garter stitch background. Designed to be knit in a single color or in multiple shades, the texture will flatter and flirt around your neck, while keeping it warm and safe: your defense against the coldest winter or the chilliest office conditions. Redoubt is knit in the round, and can be knit be advanced beginners. There are only 6 stitches used in knitting the cowl: knit, purl, m1l, m1r, ssk and k2tog. There is even an additional version that omits the leaning increases and uses kfb increases only! Even better: the pattern uses an easy-to-memorize 2 round repeat.

Yarn:
Multi Version: Yarn Carnival Goat Roper Mini Skein Set (fingering weight, 80/10/10 Merino, Cashmere, Nylon, 400 yds total/100g)

Solid: Yarn Carnival Snake Charmer (fingering weight, 50/50 Merino/Silk, 437 yds/100g)

You will need at least 400 yds of either yarn, solid or multi.

Colors used in this pattern:
Multi: Austin Equinox Mini Skein Set
Solid: Star Status Lipstick (Knit Stars Exclusive color)

Notions: 10 stitch markers (9 the same and 1 different for the beginning of your round); tapestry needle for weaving in.

VERY Special thanks to yopurlygirl for her speedy help in knitting both samples and testing the pattern.. Also a huge thanks to Thereader99 and Dianne C. for their test knits and samples as well. You are all the best!