Stratton Cowl by Kate Salomon

Stratton Cowl

Knitting
January 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 6 - 4.0 mm
350 - 400 yards (320 - 366 m)
One size fits most: 24” circumference 13 1/2" deep blocked and slightly stretched
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FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 34” / 86.3 cm at shoulder edge and 24” / 60.9 cm at neck edge. Depth 13½” / 34.3 cm

This is the fourth of four cowl projects that were part of the Spinnery’s 2017 Mystery Project Club.

Stratton has activities for everyone including, tubing, snowshoe treks, dog-sled tours, cross-county skiing, snowmobile tours, and of course snowboarding and down-hill skiing.

Traditional Gansey motifs created with simple combinations of knit and purl stitches decorate this cowl. Inspired by the simple beauty and practicality of fisherman knits, this accessory will both warm and comfort. Gradual decreases create a flattering shape that will circle your shoulders with effortless style.

This Gansey infinity cowl features our New Mexico Organic Yarns, seen above in white and grey. The light neutral tones of this yarn allow for your stitches to pop with crisp clarity, creating a classic accessory that can perfectly accompany any outfit or winter coat.

These luscious undyed skeins are made from some of the finest wool we work with. This Rambouillet fiber comes from an organically raised flock living in the scrub of New Mexico’s high desert. This organically processed yarn is lofty, soft, and delightfully bouncy; like a delicious merino, but we think even better!

Shown with White & Grey New Mexico Organic