The Queen Bee Cowl by Meret Buetzberger

The Queen Bee Cowl

Knitting
July 2017
FärbStoff yarns Die Vielfältige Bernstein
FärbStoff yarns Die Vielfältige PurpleRain
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in double face knitting
US 6 - 4.0 mm
547 - 656 yards (500 - 600 m)
Uni Size
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With the Queen Bee Cowl you’ll have an eye catching accessorie for the upcoming winter season. The Colors will brighten the cold and Grey winter days and the soft wool keeps you warm.

Worked in double face it’s reversible and keeps you double warm. But if you don’t know double face, you can work it stranded as well.
If you would like to learn double face, check out my Webpage.

Mit dem Queen Bee Cowl hast du einen Blickfang für den kommenden Winter. Die Farben erhellen die kalten und grauen Wintertage und die Wolle hält dich schön warm!

In der Doubleface Technik gearbeitet hält er dich doppelt so warm. Falls du Doubleface nicht kennst, kannst du ihn auch in der Norweger Technik arbeiten. Oder wenn du Doubleface lernen möchtest, schau mal auf meiner Homepage vorbei.

Materials

Yarn

2 skeins of Faerbstoff “die Vielfältige” (100% Blue Faced Leicester), 100 g, 300 m / 328 yards per skein
Shown in
MC = “Purple Rain”; sample used 100 g (300 m / 328 yards)
CC = “Bernstein”; sample used 100 g (300 m / 328 yards)
Needles
2x 4.0 mm / US 6 circular needle, 60cm / 24 in in length

Notions
6 Stitch markers (optional)
Darning needle
Blocking pins
Blocking mat

Gauge
22 sts and 32 rds per 10 cm / 4 in worked round in double face, befor washing and blocking.
Changes in gauge, while not crucial for the fit of the project, will result in size differences and affect the amount of yarn needed to complete the project.

Technic Used
• Two color long tail cast on
• Circular knitting
• Double Face Knitting
(you knit two right sides in once with two colors. At the end of this pattern you find a mini tutorial.
Important to know: the chart shows only the front side stitches (MC) and the backside stitches (CC) are worked analogues
Knitted bind off