Wicked Enchantress by Emily O'Brien

Wicked Enchantress

Knitting
November 2020
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
17 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 8 - 5.0 mm
150 yards (137 m)
24”/61cm neck circumference, 13”/33cm deep from neck
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Sometimes those single skeins of yarn are so beautiful it seems like they were made by some Wicked Witch to tempt you. This triangle cowl is the perfect project to use up those single skeins of Worsted Weight that you brought home without a project in mind. The pattern uses just 150 yards of Worsted Weight yarn. You can even use up multiple skeins because the pattern includes two different border options; Delilah’s Dots or Jezebel Jubilee. The lace patterns are simple so they would be great for a beginner or a relaxing project for an experienced lace knitter. Give in to the wicked yarn enchantress and snatch up those single skeins!

Dimensions:
24”/61cm neck circumference
13”/33cm deep from neck to triangle point

Yarn:
Worsted Weight
150 yds/137 m
Yarn shown in photos is Spincycle Dream State in Pussy Willow and Nostalgia

This can definitely be modified to use DK, Aran or handspun yarn just change your needle size accordingly.

Needles:
US 8/5mm 16”/40cm circular needle

Gauge:
17 stitches = 4” in Stockinette Stitch, blocked

Notions:
Darning needle for weaving in ends
Stitch markers

This cowl is knit top down starting with a basic flat heart shawl construction, it is then joined in the round for the last few rounds to create a triangle cowl shape. You can even use multiple single skeins up because the pattern includes two different border options; Delilah’s Dots and Jezebel Jubilee. Delilah’s Dots is shown in Pussy Willow (yellow and grey yarn) and Jezebel Jubilee is shown in Nostalgia (red yarn). Lace sections include both charted and written instructions.