Fallen Feathers Cowl by Jill Zielinski

Fallen Feathers Cowl

November 2020
Sport (12 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in chart and Stockinette stitch, blocked
US 5 - 3.75 mm
979 yards (895 m)
Approx 60” / 152.5 cm long/circumference x 7.5” / 19 cm wide
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Like my Fallen Feathers Hat, this cowl is inspired by the walks my son and I love to take in the woods. We enjoy finding special treasures on our walks and fallen feathers are our favorite keepsakes to find and collect. For a great handknit set you can pair your Fallen Features Cowl with the Fallen Feathers Hat. Or, wear the cowl alone as a stunning statement piece. Knit in Myak Tibetan Cloud, this 100% Tibetan Wool is a natural beauty, creating a lightweight yet very warm fabric. Beauty and function come together in this special knit.

Approx 60” / 152.5 cm long/circumference x 7.5” / 19 cm wide

mYak Tibetan Cloud (100% Tibetan Wool; 328 yards / 300 m per 100 g) Wild Daisy (C1) 2 skeins and, Cladonia (C2),
Cannella (C3) and Calendula (C4);1 skein each color.

Or… Sport weight yarn in the following yardages…
• C1: Approx 524 yds / 477 m
• C2: Approx 190 yds / 173 m
• C3: Approx 75 yds / 68 m
• C4: Approx 190 yds / 173 m

24 sts and 28 rnds = 4” / 10 cm in chart and Stockinette stitch, blocked

Needles listed are suggested. Always take time to swatch.
• Gauge Needle: Size US 5 (3.75 mm) 16”circular needle
• Optional Needle: One size smaller than Gauge Needle. (See Notes)

• Waste yarn
• Stitch marker
• Extra set of needles in the same size as gauge needle
for grafting
• Tapestry needle

• Worked in the round, this cowl uses a provisional cast on
and Kitchener stitch grafting. You are essentially knitting a
tube and then closing it up when you finish.
• Stranded colorwork knitting often tightens ones gauge;
therefore consider going down a needle size when working
Stockinette stitch. Should you choose this method, you will
need needles in one size smaller than gauge needle.
• A finishing tutorial called “Fallen Feathers Cowl - Finishing Demo” available on the Knitterella YouTube channel.