High Line Cowl by Rachy Newin

High Line Cowl

July 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 6 rows = 2 inches
in hdc
5.5 mm (I)
200 - 420 yards (183 - 384 m)
23” around and 15” tall
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The High Line Cowl is named for the High Line in NYC, an abandoned rail track that was converted into a park and garden. The NYC High Line is an urban oasis offering greenery, beauty, and art in the middle of the city, and the pattern is named for the way yarn and crafting can provide an oasis and act as a comfort amidst troubling times.

The High Line Cowl is worked from the bottom up and features columns of texture that spiral around the body. The pattern is designed to minimize counting for mindless crafting, but offers enough variety to keep things interesting.

When worked as stated, the pattern uses approximately 370yds and is designed to use up the leftover yarn from the matching beanie and cowl. However, the cowl is fully adjustable in both height and width so it can easily be made to size or with any amount of yarn. Yardage will vary based on adjustments made.

Get the full bundle, including the beanie, cowl, and mitts. Buy all three for just $10!

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