Bywater Cowl by Ethan Pyle

Bywater Cowl

November 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20.5 stitches and 33 rows = 4 inches
in Triple Tuck Stitch
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
600 - 800 yards (549 - 732 m)
One Size (modifiable)
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Bywater Cowl
Wonderfully warm and squishy, the Bywater cowl is the perfect accessory for keeping warm during cold Shire winters. What Hobbit wouldn’t want such a practical and stylish cowl? It can keep neck, nose, and ears warm, and the reversible fabric allows one to give one’s neighbors the impression of owning more cowls than one actually does, inevitably boosting respectability in the neighborhood.

(Both depth and circumference are easily modifiable)
Depth - 12in (30cm)
Circumference - 23in (58.5cm)

Sample used
Susan Crawford - A Room of My Own
Bluem Sock - 75% BFL, 25% Nylon (400m; 100g)
Color A - “Puddle” - 50 grams
Color B - “Night Sky” - 20 grams
Color C - “Hidden Depths” - 20 grams
Color D - “Rock Pool” - 20 grams
Color E - “Dungarees” - 20 grams

To substitute, use
Fingering weight yarn
Color A - 220yds (200m)
Color B - 100yds (90m)
Color C - 100yds (90m)
Color D - 100yds (90m)
Color E - 100yds (90m)

20.5sts x 33rnds = 4in (10cm) in triple tuck stitch pattern after blocking

US 1.5 (2.5mm) 16in circular needles

1 stitch markers
tapestry/yarn needle
blocking supplies

This pattern has been test knit.

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