Companions Cowl & Wrist Warmers by Zeens and Roger

Companions Cowl & Wrist Warmers

Crochet
January 2021
Sport (12 wpi) ?
21.5 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
3.5 mm (E)
623 - 711 yards (570 - 650 m)
3 - see notes
both US and UK
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A line cannot exist alone; it always brings a companion along. Do remember that one line does nothing; it is only in relation to another that it creates a volume -
Henri Matisse

You Will Need
Yarnadelic by John Arbon Textiles, sport / heavy 4ply I’d say a plump, woolly 4ply, 100% Falklands Corriedale, 333m/364yds per 100g. Yarnadelic comes in both 100g hanks and 25g minis, you’ll need an assortment of colours.
My pair of medium wrist warmers weigh: 72 grams. Cowl weighs: 98 grams
3.5mm hook (E/4)

Abbreviations
Bptr back post treble, beg beginning, ch chain, ch-sp chain space, htr half treble crochet, Fptr front post treble, ftr foundation treble, rep repeat, rnd round, sl st slip stitch, sp(s) space(s), st(s) stitch(es), yrh yarn round hook.

Tension
10cm / 4 inches = 16 rows / 21.5 sts

Sizing
Measurements are based on the finished item, not your wrist.

Wrist warmers:
Approx length: 30cm /12inches. This is the same for all sizes. To make them longer or shorter just add or remove a couple of rows before you begin the increase.
Approx wrist circumference: Small, 14.5cm / 5.75 inches. Medium, 16cm / 6.5 inches. Large, 17.5cm / 7.25 inches.
Approx hand circumference: Small, 15.5cm / 6.25 inches. Medium, 17cm / 7 inches. Large, 18.5cm / 7.25 inches

Cowl measures:
Depth: 28cm / 11 inches.
Circumference: 54.5 cm /21.5 inches

Notes, please read before you start
The wrist warmers are worked from the cuff up, increases are made before separating to create the thumb.
My wrists are 14.5cm circ. Anything less than 14cm and you should aim to make the Small. Anything more than 17cm and you will probably need to make the Large size.

The pattern is written in UK & US terms.

A supporting video for the Foundation start and cuff join is available on YouTube. A link is provided in the pattern