Ghost Ranch Cowl by Jessie Ksanznak

Ghost Ranch Cowl

Knitting
March 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 32 rows = 2 inches
in pattern stitch
US 3 - 3.25 mm
350 - 766 yards (320 - 700 m)
Single- 9.5”/ 24cm tall by 24”/ 60cm around // Double- 9.5”/ 24cm tall by 36”/ 92cm around // Triple- 9.5”/ 24cm tall by 48”/ 122cm around
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This design is inspired by my travels in the autumn of 2015. I first visited Santa Fe and fell in love with the Navajo woven fabric designs. The dramatic colors and simple motifs adorned rugs, pillows and clothing.

Then I traveled to San Francisco and had the absolute joy of visiting a yarn store called A Verb for Keeping Warm. The store carries its own line of yarn spun from the fleeces of local California sheep and dyed from plants grown in their garden.

I chose 2 gorgeous colors of the Flock wool and paired them with a shiny silk/wool blend called Rumor. As you can see the results are amazing. This cowl features slipped stitches that slowly shift around the circumference creating a southwestern inspired pattern.