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Mountain Meadow Cowl

Knitting
August 2017
Light Fingering ?
25 stitches and 56 rows = 4 inches
in K3, P3 on 6 sts + 1 st
US 2 - 2.75 mm
400 - 460 yards (366 - 421 m)
One size fits all - easily adjustable
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Every summer I have the pleasure of spending the summer in the mountains. The colors and texture of Mountain Meadow Infinity Cowl remind me of the wild grasses found in the mountain meadows surrounding my cabin. When knit with a lightweight yarn, it provides just the right amount of warmth making it perfect for
all seasons.

Mountain Meadows Cowl is an easy knit that can be done while traveling or while staying home and watching TV. The stitch pattern’s texture creates a spiraling effect that is reversible and is knitted in the round allowing you to make it as long and deep as you like.

Finished Measurements: One Size - 59”/149.8 cm circumference and 5.25”/13.3 cm deep.

Yarn: October House Fiber Arts’ Sojourn Sock, 75% Merino Wool and 25% Nylon-Polyamide, Color: Meadow Mist, 1 skein (460 yds/420.6 m)

Needles: US size 2 (2.75 mm), 32-34 in/81.28-86.36 cm circular needle

Gauge: 25 stitches and 56 rounds = 4”/10 cm in pattern after blocking

Other Supplies: Stitch marker to indicate beginning and end of round, yarn needle
for weaving in ends

Note: If your skein of fingering yarn has less yardage, you can adjust the number of cast on stitches. The stitch count must be a multiple of 6, plus 1 for the design. For example, for 400 yards, cast on 318 stitches for the ribbing and then add 1 stitch when starting Row 5. The cowl will be approximately 51” in circumference and
5.25” deep.

ERRATA: Once cowl reaches desired depth, when repeating rnds 1-4 of ribbing, k2tog at the beginning of 1st round so that there is an even number of stitches.