Bryanna cowl capelet by Vicky Chan

Bryanna cowl capelet

Knitting
February 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in Reverse Stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
560 - 1120 yards (512 - 1024 m)
I and II, customizable
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A clever hybrid of a cowl and a capelet, Bryanna features a pretty leaf pattern with a delicate sprinkle of simple bobbles/nupps and eyelets on a ground of reverse stockinette. The cowl capelet makes for an exceptionally versatile accessory that can be worn in various ways to keep you beautifully cozy. With an attractive reverse side, this item can be worn with the slouchy cowl folded down as a turtleneck or pulled up as a hood. Knit seamlessly in the round from the bottom up, the capelet can be customized in both width and length, made with or without the cowl to suit your needs.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Pattern includes full written instructions, as well as a chart for the leaf pattern and supplementary video tutorial for the bobble/nupp stitch.

Available sizes:
Size I to fit S/M
Size II to fit L/1X

Finished measurements:
Size I — about 108cm/ 42½” around bottom edge, 54cm/ 21¼” around top edge; capelet portion is 32cm/ 12½” long and cowl portion is 44.5cm/ 17½” long.
Size II — about 129.5cm/ 51” around bottom edge, 65 cm/ 25½” around top edge; capelet portion is 36cm/ 14” long and cowl portion is 44.5 cm/ 17½” long.

Yarn:
For capelet with the cowl — 2 (3) skeins of Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light, or about 768 (1025) m/ 840 (1120) yd fingering weight yarn.
For capelet without the cowl — 2 skeins of Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light, or about 510 (760) m/ 560 (830) yd fingering weight yarn.

Knitting needles:
3.5mm(US-4): 80 cm/ 32” and 40 cm/ 16” circular

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