Tectonic Convertible Cowl by Benjamin Krudwig

Tectonic Convertible Cowl

June 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
4 stitches and 4 rows = 1 inch
in 20 stitches X 20 rows
4.0 mm (G)
750 - 800 yards (686 - 732 m)
one size fits all
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The Tectonic Cowl can be worn over 5 different ways and can be customized to fit your style and mood. Named after the ever-shifting plates of the Earth’s crust, these bold stripes shift in every section. Since it is crocheted in six equilateral triangle sections there is a 45 degree bias. This allows for quite a bit of stretch, comfort and drape. This cowl is sure to cause quakes anywhere you go.

G- hook
Fingering weight yarn - 395 yards each of two colors.
note: I used Anzula Luxury fibers: Sebastien 1 skein each of two contrasting colors. Avocado and Elephant. I started each section with the opposite color that I ended the previous section with.

10- ¾” buttons in contrasting or complimentary color.

Gauge: 20 stitches by 20 rows = 5” relaxed square.