One Summer Last Fall Cowl - Digital Knitting Pattern
Information:One Summer Last Fall is the perfect transitional cowl you’ve been looking for. Knit in the rnd from the bottom up, it was designed to use that entire skein of that beautiful hand dyed yarn you just didn’t know what to do with! It alternates between an open and airy lace, and a woven slip stitch pattern. Much as the weather in early fall alternates between “is it summer still?” and “winter is here!”
Suggested Yarn:Teal Torch Knits TTK Sock (75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon; 463 yards/100 grams): Not So Pretty in Pink, 1 skein. Sample used almost the entire skein, with less than 1g remaining.
Or any other fingering weight yarn with which you can achieve gauge. If using a heavier fingering weight yarn, you may need additional yardage or to do less repeats of the Pattern Stitches.
Please note these are estimates only, and adjustments to the pattern and gauge may alter these numbers.
Tools, Gauge & Finished Measurements:Size US 4 (3.5 mm); 16” or 24” circular needle
One stitch marker to indicate the beginning of the rnd.
A darning needle to weave in ends.
29 stitches by 45 rows is equal to 4” (10cm) in Slip Stitch pattern after blocking.
Use the needle size that gives you gauge with the yarn that you are using.
You will receive a digital PDF pattern download, not a finished object.