Coquihalla Cowl by Knox Mountain Knit Co.

Coquihalla Cowl

Knitting
July 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 6 - 4.0 mm
500 - 550 yards (457 - 503 m)
one size - approx. 25" around by 20" tall, after blocking
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Tracing its way through the Cascade Mountains is the infamous Highway Thru Hell, otherwise known as the Coquihalla or, as locals call it, “the Coq”. This snowbound highway roughly follows the route of the former Kettle Valley Railway, connecting the coastal rainforest of BC’s Lower Mainland with the desert climate of its interior.

This extra-long, cozy cowl is knit in the round with twisted rib borders, a panel of twisted cables running up the side, and all around stockinette. It may be worn folded in half, pulled up over your head, or bunched around your neck.

YARN/YARDAGE

Shown in The Plucky Knitter Traveler DK (275y/100g), using 195g (537y) Small Batch Plucky No. 015.

TOOLS

4mm (US 6) needles for preferred method of working in the round, or size needed to get gauge, cable needle, stitch marker, darning needle

GAUGE

22 st / 4” in stockinette, after blocking

(A different gauge will affect finished measurements and yardage requirements.)

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

25” around by 20” tall, after blocking

Love this design? Check out our coordinating Coquihalla Hat and Coquihalla Mitts!