Pacific Waves Cowl by linnstercrafts
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Pacific Waves Cowl

Knitting
August 2016
DK (11 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in scroll stitch pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
189 - 220 yards (173 - 201 m)
As narrow or wide as you want it to be!
This pattern is available for $4.50 USD buy it now

I designed this cowl to be knit flat and joined before blocking. The side garter stitch borders become the top and bottom borders after the cowl is joined. Likewise the top and bottom garter stitch borders transform once joined together.

If you prefer you can use a Provisional Cast On and join at the end using Kitchener Stitch or 3-needle bind off.

The size is adjustable regarding width. Using the formula provided in the pattern allows you to make it as narrow or wide as you like.

Materials needed are:

DK weight yarn (lustre or pearlescent is the best to showcase the stitch pattern)
US Size 6 needles or whatever size gets you gauge
Two stitch markers (to keep track of the garter stitch side borders)
Yarn Needle for joining

I want to thank my test knitters for their amazing work! I could not publish without your support in test knitting this pattern.

Dream Team Test Knitters testing the pattern for me are acknowledged below:

Stacyknits
JLajambe
beverlyckimball
Alpha

If you run into a difficulty while knitting please contact me and I will be happy to help you. I pride myself in providing excellent customer service.

I hope you enjoy knitting the pattern inspired by the beautiful rugged Central Oregon Coast. Thank you for your purchase!

This pattern has been professionally Tech Edited by the lovely Sarah Wadsworth of TricotKnits. Many thanks for her professional kind service. On that same note I have yet to apply the suggestions to the pattern before republishing it. I will provide an updated version of the pattern once I have those changes added. I will say she found no errors in the pattern, merely abbreviation consistency issues.

11/20/17: Pattern has been updated to provide consistency in terms and abbreviations.