Pinnacle Valley Cowl by Mary W Martin

Pinnacle Valley Cowl

Knitting
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 50 rows = 4 inches
in purlwise garter worked flat
US 4 - 3.5 mm
400 - 600 yards (366 - 549 m)
Adjustable Circumference and Depth
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The Pinnacle Valley Cowl is a great introduction to Fusion Knitting, a reversible knitting technique that creates a mirrored motif on each side of the fabric. Creating the peaks and valleys on this cowl are great practice of the two most common cables used in Fusion Knitting!

Finshed Measurements: 6.5 in/ 16.5 cm height; 42 in/ 107 cm circumference
Yarn: 2 colours of fingering weight yarn; 400 yd each
Suggested Yarn: Julie Asselin Fino (400 yd/ 115g)
Main Colour: Cobalt/Contrast Colour: Echo
Needles: 3.5 mm/ US #4 circular needles
Gauge: 24 st and 50 rows to 4 in/10 cm in purlwise garter worked flat
Resources: Fusion Knitting Tutorials

This cowl is adjustable in circumference and height. It can be worked in any weight of yarn. Take a look at the test knitters’ projects that use a variety of yarn weights.
Alternatives: Use 1 skein each of 2 colours in Sport, DK, or Worsted weight yarn. Use needles appropriate to the yarn. Cast on 3-4 repeats for a quick, super squishy knit.
Smooth yarns in solid/tonal colours are recommended.

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