This stunning cowl features two complimentary Faroese colourwork patterns. Knitted in the round, using Fair Isle techniques, half the cowl shows one of the patterns and the reverse reveals the second. Once the cowl is knitted the two short ends are grafted together. This project is a great introduction to Fair Isle knitting.
Knitted using Excelana DK 100% british wool from Susan Crawford this double layered cowl provides ample warmth and keeps out the chill winds on the coldest of days. The colours used in the sample are Chartreaux and Eau de Nil.
The pattern includes a combination of written and charted instructions.
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Finished Dimensions after blocking - 91.5cm(36in) x 33cm(12.5in)
Excelana DK from Susan Crawford, 100% British wool, 247m/270yds per 100g
1 skein each of shades Chartreaux and Eau de Nil
28 sts and 28 rows to 10cm(4in) measured over Fair Isle pattern knitted in the round.
3mm (US 3) circular needle (60cm long)
3.75mm (US 5) circular needle (40cm long)
3mm (US 3) crochet hook
Knitting in the round; provisional cast on, grafting