Porcelain Cowl by Raina K

Porcelain Cowl

by Raina K
Knitting
June 2019
both are used in this pattern
Light Fingering ?
26 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
490 - 530 yards (448 - 485 m)
adaptable
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Would you like to add a new set of skills to your arsenal? Are you curious about brioche knitting, which produces a lofty and soft fabric with lots of texture?
If you’re looking for a really exciting knit, sprinkled with a little challenge, then Porcelain Cowl is your next project. Porcelain Cowl uses the same motif as my Porcelain Hat because it really needed a companion.
This knit is a reversible and elegant design. Set off your favorite colorful or variegated yarn on one side with contrasting background color on the other side. The result is like two different cowls because the fabric is completely reversible.

Porcelain Cowl is an enjoyable accessory that combines the shape of triangular shawl with a casual cowl, which is worked in one piece, back and forth from the bottom-up. Section 1 starts at the cast-on tip, with five stitches at the bottom point, and increases steadily as it is worked upwards in a triangle until it’s wide enough to go around your neck comfortably (the pattern is adaptable). Then section 2 is worked straight up (either flat or in the round) to form the body around the neck and finished with a beautiful I-cord bind off edge, then seamed and blocked.

The pattern is completely charted so that you can work row by row according to chart. The pattern is easily adjusted to any size by simply adding or reducing repeat sections.

YARN:
Drops Baby Merino, 50 grams / 1.76 ounces – 175 meters / 191 yards, 100% Merino wool

YARN CONSUMPTION:
MC yarn: 1.3 skein (50gr / 1.76 ounces – 175m / 191yds) Drops baby Merino colorway Off White (02).
CC yarn: 1.3 skein
(50 gr / 1.76 ounces – 175 m / 191 yds) Drops baby Merino colorway Lavender (25) (including tassel yarn).
Or use any other sportsweight yarn.
Note that if you use different weight yarn or different needle size, the yardage, weight and dimensions of your cowl may differ from mine.

NEEDLES: 3.00mm / US 2 ½, 100 cm (40“) circular needle, or size needed to get right gauge.

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate brioche. Two - colour brioche.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:
Circumference: Approx. 56 cm / 22“
Depth at center front: 54 cm / 21“
Depth at back neck: 19 cm / 7.5“
Measurements taken from relaxed fabric after blocking.

OTHER TOOLS: Tapestry needle; scissors; row counter (recommended); waste yarn in one color or other marking tools (I used orange yarn); cable needle; blocking tools

GAUGE: 26 sts x 27 rows = 10 cm / 4“ in two-color brioche stitch pattern after bloking
Needle sizes are recommendations only. Always use the needle size necessary to achieve given gauge (to save your time). (My personal knitting tension is tight).

TECHNIQUES USED: Brioching back and forth, brioche decreases/increases (brLsl dec, brRsl dec, brkyobrk, br4st inc, br4 st dec, brk1, brp1, sl1yo), I-cord bind off, mattress stitch

And thank you again my dear test knitters. Without you, this pattern isn’t here ….

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