Lemon Scone at Home Cowl by Lauren Rad

Lemon Scone at Home Cowl

Knitting
June 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in seed stitch, after blocking
US 4 - 3.5 mm
300 - 400 yards (274 - 366 m)
One size
low vision format available
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This pattern includes a second PDF version that is formatted for knitters with low vision. It has black text, size 22 or larger text in a sans serif font, no italics, no columns, and fully-written directions. The chart is still included but is not needed to work the pattern. Many thanks to Gemma Thompson (gemmabelle here on Rav) for her guidance in formatting patterns in a more accessible way.

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You might remember the Berry Scone Shawl, which I released earlier this year. It’s been one of my most popular patterns ever. I love the stitch pattern, but I wanted to do something that used only one skein of yarn so knitters could use a treasured single skein they had been saving for something special or stash dive and make something pretty during times when their budgets might be tight.

I’ve also been thinking a lot about how knitting has been such a helpful coping tool while so many of us have been spending more time at home than usual during an extremely stressful period. The summer months are picking up here in the Northern Hemisphere, and we’re all struggling with the urge to go outside and play, but I’m still doing my best to stay home as much as I can. I hope having this pattern handy will help you do so, too.

SIZES
One Size

Finished dimensions: 10” (25 cm) high x 20” (51 cm) circumference

Note: the size of this cowl can easily be adjusted by adding or deleting sections of the stitch repeat.

MATERIALS
Fingering weight yarn, 300-400 yds (274-366 m)

Suggested yarn: Earl Grey Fiber Co. Rooibos singles, colorway Peppered

GAUGE
4” (10 cm) square = 28 stitches x 42 rows

NEEDLES
One set of needles for your preferred style of small-circumference knitting in a size to match gauge listed above

Suggested needle size: US 4 (3.5 mm)

TOOLS
One stitch marker for beginning of round; optional additional markers between pattern repeats
Size G (4 mm) crochet hook (optional)
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

SKILL LEVEL
Intermediate

Techniques: increases, decreases, knitting in the round, bobbles