Moire Cowl by Melissa J. Goodale

Moire Cowl

Knitting
December 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches = 4 inches
in 2-color Brioche
US 5 - 3.75 mm
625 - 635 yards (572 - 581 m)
One
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A moire effect is created when two similar, but slightly offset, patterns are overlaid. In this cowl, 2-color brioche mimics that effect; the ribs alternate colors, creating an optical illusion of sorts. When worked with a gradient set of yarns, the colors blend beautifully, although this cowl would be equally striking in 2 contrasting colors. The fabric created is dense and squishy, yet light. Wrapped about your neck, this cowl will keep you warm and cozy even on the coldest winter day!

Circumference: 52 in/132 cm
Height: 7 in/18 cm

Moire was the featured pattern in the Black Trillium First Quarter 2015 KAL.

Looking for the kit? You can find it at Black Trillium Fibres.