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Cloudberry Cowl

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The Cloudberry cowl is inspired by the flowers of Norwegian cloudberries (molter in Norwegian) which grow in the Arctic Circle. It is knitted in the round, featuring a small stranded colour work flower pattern on the outside and a striped pattern on the inside.

If you are new to stranded colour work (Fair Isle knitting) or would like to improve your techniques, then I recommend my Scandinavian Stranded Colour Work & Steeking Online Course.

The Cloudberry Cowl is worn with the Trenance sweater which can be found in my Payhip Pattern Shop and Ravelry Pattern Shop.

Here's a video on how I blocked the Cloudberry Cowl.

Lang Merino 200 Bebe (4ply; 100% Merino Wool; 203m/222yds per 50g) x 4 balls. Shown in shade: 0347 Purple (C1) x 2 balls, 0307 Lilac (C2) x 2 balls.
3.25mm (UK 10/US 3) circular knitting needles (60-80cm/24-32in long)

Difficulty level:

Skills Needed (see pattern for abbreviations):
Basic Skills: cast on, knit in the round, k tbl
Decreases: k2tog
Increases: yo
Stranded Colour Work (Fair Isle - see Course)
Reading Charts (see Tutorial)
Russian Cast-off (see pattern)
Mattress Stitch (see Course)

Circumference: 80cm/32in
Depth: 30cm/12in

25 sts and 36 rounds over 10cm/4in in Chart after blocking.

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