Morwenna by Kim McBrien Evans


September 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 3 - 3.25 mm
300 - 750 yards (274 - 686 m)
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Current version: v 1.2

A collaboration with Spirit Trail Fiberworks. This cowl uses one skein of variegated or speckled yarn and one skein of a semi-solid.

Morwenna, a mermaid whose name means “waves of the sea”.

Mermaid stories depict creatures that are strong, sometimes devious and defiant, and often gentle and kind . At the core of all mermaid stories, these sea spirits determine their own fates.

Morwenna is an easy going, take along
and knit on the go project.
Bands of reverse stockinette alternate
with rippled waves of stockinette.
Stitch counts and the order of sections
is dictated by roll of the dice,
making each cowl unique.


  • knitting needles of your choice

  • A circular needle in an appropriate length for your chosen size is recommended

  • Dice: d4 and d20 recommended. A random number generator can also be used

  • stitch markers both stationary and removable

  • darning/tapestry needle