Shetland Shores Cowl by Wendy Gaal
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Shetland Shores Cowl

Knitting
April 2016
Light Fingering ?
19 stitches = 4 inches
in Overall pattern stitch. Gauge not terribly important.
US 5 - 3.75 mm
250 - 375 yards (229 - 343 m)
Single-Wrapped (24") and Double Wrapped (36"). Width: 14"
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Description: Shetland Lace, characterized by eyelet patterns against a garter stitch background, is a centuries-old technique originating on an island off the northern coast of Scotland. Historically, knitters used this technique to make gossamer-thin shawls that are treasured for their delicate beauty. In this updated use of the technique, we’re creating a lovely cowl. In its single-wrapped version, the cowl adds a colorful accent to a cool weather wardrobe, and can also be pulled up over the head, scarf-style, to block the wind. In the double-wrapped version, the cowl provides more snuggly warmth at the neck.

The sample is shown in Sock-aholic Serene, colorway Frosting on Top.

Sizes/Yarn Requirements:
Single Wrap (approximately 24” circumference): 250 yards
Double Wrap (approximately 36” circumference): 375 yards

Supplies Needed: Five stitch markers, waste yarn for a provisional cast on, and a darning needle.