Tenue de Ville by Heather Davis

Tenue de Ville

Knitting
October 2016
Aran (8 wpi) ?
3.5 stitches and 4 rows = 1 inch
in reverse stockinette
US 10 - 6.0 mm
425 - 500 yards (389 - 457 m)
One size
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11/16/2016 ERRATA:
Note: these have been updated in the current .pdf but some print versions are circulating as well.
The Eiffel Tower stitch pattern should read as follows:
Round 1: p1, * yo, p2tog, p4, repeat from * to end of round, finish yo, p2tog, p3.
Rounds 2-5: p1, k1, p5, k1, repeat from to 4 before end of round, p4.
Round 6: * p4, yo, p2tog, repeat from * to end of round.
Rounds 7-10: * p4, * k1, p5, repeat from * to 2 before end of round, finish k1, p1.


This pattern is for a generous, rustic wooly cowl worked in three colors of heavy worsted or Aran weight yarn. Great for three-season wear, this garment can be draped in one layer over the shoulders and chest, or folded in half and wound around the neck twice for a snug, warm fit.

Tenue de ville can mean “business attire” or “informal attire” in French. This cowl is intended to augment both your dressed-up and dressed-down looks for kids and adults.

This pattern is for one size, but can easily be made bigger or smaller by changing needle size and/or yarn weight.

Materials:
Heelside Farms worsted (4oz., 200yd), 1 skein ea in mustard, slate blue, navy blue, OR 1 skein ea in hot pink, magenta heather, purple black

Gauge: Approx 3.5st and and 4 rows = 1” in reverse stockinette

Measurements: Approx 15” tall x 49” around (24.5” flat) at widest edge