Rise from the Ashes by Margaret Kendall
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Rise from the Ashes

Knitting
October 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25.5 stitches and 54 rows = 4 inches
in pattern
US 2 - 2.75 mm
7.5" x 62"(45, 24.5) L (M, S)
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The Rise from the Ashes Cowl pays tribute to Chicago’s history of resiliency and tenacity, a dynamic city rising from the ashes of the Great Chicago Fire.

Mosaic stitches worked in the round create a grid that shifts from main color to contrast color and back again. Pair a solid with a highly contrasting tonal colorway for maximum impact. The pattern includes instructions for working with up to 5 contrast colors.

Only one color is worked at a time, making it an ideal project for the knitter who would like to explore working with multiple yarns without doing stranded colorwork.

Featured Project
Large - 62” circumference
Lorna’ s Laces Solemate
Main Color: 16ns Charcoal
Contrast Color: 137 DeKoven (Windy Knitty exclusive limited edition colorway - no longer available)

Yarn
Fingering-weight yarn
Main Color: 375 (275,150) yd/343 (252, 137) m
Contrast Color: 290 (210, 115) yd/265 (192, 105) m
If working in 5 Contrast Colors, 60 - 70 yd of each contrast color should be sufficient for the Large cowl.

Needle
Size US 2 (2.75 mm) 40-inch (100 cm) circular needle or appropriate length for desired cowl circumference

Other Materials
1 stitch marker
Tapestry needle

Skills
Binding off
Casting on
Knitting and purling in the round
Slipping stitches

The Rise from the Ashes cowl pattern debuted exclusively through Windy Knitty at Vogue Knitting LIVE Chicago, 24 - 26 October 2014.

The featured cowl was designed and knit in Chicago with yarn that was designed and hand-dyed in Chicago by Windy Knitty and Lorna’s Laces. To read more about the inspiration for the 137 DeKoven colorway, please read Mandy’s post on the Windy Knitty blog and the related post on the Lorna’s Laces blog.