Reversible Step One Cowl by Mary W Martin

Reversible Step One Cowl

Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
16 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in garter
US 7 - 4.5 mm
Completely adjustable
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The Reversible Step One Cowl is the first in a series of patterns that introduce reversible slipped stitch cabling over 2 colour garter stitch. This technique creates a fabric with drape similar to garter stitch and looks like a different colour on each side. This cowl is knit in the round starting and ending with a garter stitch border.

The cowl can be made to any size with 2 yarns of any weight.

The MC yarn creates the cables on the right side/outside of you the cowl. The CC yarn creates the cables on the wrong side/inside of the cowl. Two cable stitches are used to create lines that spiral up the cowl. Picture tutorials are included to show how I work these cables.

This series of patterns teach the cables used in the Reversible Coffee Moms Cowl & the Reversible Honeycomb Hat and Cowl.

Please see Mary W Martin Knits for discussion about this pattern, choosing your yarn and Help with Stitches.

Please use The Reversible Step Series thread to ask questions, discuss the patterns & show projects.

A matching Reversible Step One Hat knit in DK is also available and uses the same techniques.

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