Rory's Study Cowlette by Jessica Anderson
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Rory's Study Cowlette

Knitting
August 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Texture Pattern Stitch, after blocking
US 5 - 3.75 mm
430 - 450 yards (393 - 411 m)
One Size fits most
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A Gilmore Girl at heart, this color pack reminded me of so many fun themes from one of my favorite shows of all time. First off, it takes it’s name from Rory’s special tree that she finds as her “study” spot. Second, I love the bond between mother and daughter. It wouldn’t surprise me if they raided each other’s closets, so I needed a piece that could be versatile. On an adult, or teen, this makes a trendy and chic cowlette (a stylish hybrid shawl/cowl) and on a mini-me, it makes an adorable capelet, perfect for all their fairytale adventures.

Sizes
One size fits most. (Shown on an adult as a Cowlette and on a 5 year old as a caplet)

Finished Dimensions
Neck Circumference: 20”/ 51.0 cm
Neck Circumference at join: 26.5”/67.5 cm
Depth to Neck Join: 10.75”/ 27.5 cm
Gauge
24 sts/ 32 rows= 4”/ 10 cm in Texture Pattern Stitch after blocking
Yarn
1 pack of Mountain Colors Perspectives, Crazyfoot, 5 mini skeins, 90 yards each, 90% Superwash Merino Wool, 10% Nylon, 100 g total, shown in the Brights
Needles
US 5 (3.75) 24”/ 61.0 cm circular
Supplies
2 stitch markers, tapestry needle, scissors, measuring tape.

Cowlette is worked from the top down. It begins being worked like a top-down shawl, knit flat, and is joined to work in the round once the neck circumference measurement is reached.

Photos by Liz Calmes of Limelight Photography and tech editing by Dana Gervais.