Haku cowl by Robynn Weldon

Haku cowl

Knitting
October 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in dragonscale
US 2 - 2.75 mm
317 yards (290 m)
One size: 48 cm / 19 in around
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The dragonscale stitch pattern is combined with subtle beading to create a gleaming, elegant cowl that flares gently around the base. Choose beads with more contrast to up the wow factor, or leave them out entirely for a quieter look.

The cowl uses less than a skein of fingering weight yarn, and 324 size 6 beads. (Be sure to buy extra in case of lost, damaged or too small beads!)
Use a circular needle 40 cm / 16 in long, or your preferred needles for working in the round.
You will also need 6 stitch markers.

Photo tutorials for beading with a crochet hook, or with needle and thread, are included. Charted as well as written instructions are provided.

Thanks to my wonderful testers, and to Kate Atherley for tech editing!