Oak Ridge Hooded Cowl by Natalia McHayle

Oak Ridge Hooded Cowl

January 2022
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in lemon peel stitch, blocked
5.5 mm (I)
432 - 535 yards (395 - 489 m)
S/M and L/XL
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Imagine waking up to snow-capped mountains or drinking hot chocolate by a cozy fire. The Oak Ridge Hooded Cowl was inspired by retreats to the cabin house during the winter. It is crocheted in two sections: the hood and the cowl and requires minimal seaming. The stitches used paired with the luxe fiber content gives off a slightly rugged texture to the functional design, while also serving as an additional layer of warmth.

Skill Level: Beginner

Notions: tapestry needle, stitch markers (2)

Sizing: S/M and L/XL
Finished Measurements:
Cowl Circumference: S/M: 24” (61 cm), L/XL:30” (76 cm)
Total Length (including hood): S/M: 19” (48cm), L/XL: 21” (53cm)

Yarn Needed
Worsted weight
Size S/M: 432 yds (395 m) used / 2 skeins needed
Size L/XL: 535 yds (490 m) used / 3 skeins needed
Colorway: Slate

This yarn is available as part of the January 2022 KnitCrate Knit & Crochet Club subscription.