Toronto Cowl by Beata Kaptur

Toronto Cowl

Knitting
August 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
US 6 - 4.0 mm
328 - 394 yards (300 - 360 m)
small - medium
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The cowl starts from more wavy / cable part, transfers to interesting ribbing, ends with a same cable pattern, yet more subtle and making the cowl possible to wear upside down.
It grows quickly and It is a perfect project to get familiar with cables variations, however no need to make standard cables we used to see.

Skill Level: advanced

Sizes
small (medium)

Finished measurements
Circumference: 25½ (31½) inches / 65 (80) cm;
height from CO to BO – 11 inches / 28 cm

Shown in size medium
Note: measurements taken after blocking

Materials
any worsted weight yarn, for your reference I used Leizu Worsted by Julie Asselin, 90% SW Merino /10% Soie, 4 oz/ 200 yds (115 g / 185 m):
2 skeins or approx 328 (394) yds / 300 (360) m
The sample was knit in the colorway Blue Print.

Needles
US 6 - 4 mm (working needle) at least 32” / 80 cm circulars
or size to obtain correct gauge

Notions
4 (5) stitch markers - optional
BOR marker
tapestry needle for weaving in ends
waste yarn for tubular CO

Gauge
26 sts x 30 rows = 4” / 10cm in rib pattern on US 6 (4mm). Select a yarn that has a recommended gauge of 27-29 sts / 10
cm and drapes well after blocking.