Kujaku Cowl by Mara C. Knits

Kujaku Cowl

May 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
in two-colored brioche
US 5 - 3.75 mm
186 - 219 yards (170 - 200 m)
one size
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My Kujaku brioche cowl design was inspired by the unique and beautiful peacock feathers.
’Kujaku’ is japanese and means ‘peacock’, so it was just the perfect name for my design.

The cowl is ‘one size’ and knit in the round using two color brioche technique and i-cord cast-on. The perfect project to learn and practice two-colored brioche, also brioche increases and decreases.

20 sts & 22 rows = 4” / 10cm
in two-color brioche stitch (before blocking)

Yarn used:

Two contrasting colors - Fingering weight

Aya Fibers Merino Singles - 100g/366m/400yds OR
Aya Fibers Skinny Sock - 100g/425m/465yds

MC - Girl Boss (speckled) - 170m - 200m
CC - Darker - (semi-solid) - 170m - 200m

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