A Sea Chanty of Sorts - Knitting Pattern
The cowl is knit from the bottom up in the round, starting with some ribbing. The diamond motif is then knit, following either the chart or written directions. You end with a little more ribbing, and viola! You’ve got yourself the perfect accessory to wear on that fishing voyage!
The instructions for the fingering weight version will come first, followed by the DK version in bold. There are two different sizes for each weight.
Frankefibers 80/20 Sock, (80% Superwash Merino/20% Nylon, 400y/100g); small sized sample used 308y/77g.
Or any other fingering weight yarn with which you can achieve gauge.
28 stitches by 40 rounds in stockinette stitch equals 4”(10cm) after blocking.
Loved Ones Yarn Merino DK, (100% Superwash Merino, 246y/100g); in the colorway Ghost in My Garden; small sized sample used 155y/63g.
Or any other DK weight yarn with which you can achieve gauge.
20 stitches by 32 rounds in stockinette stitch equals 4”(10cm) after blocking.
Finished measurements after blocking are:
Small cowl measures:
Fingering weight - 20”(51cm)x13”(33cm), DK - 20”(51cm)x9.5”(24cm)
Large cowl measures:
Fingering weight - 24”(61cm)x13”(33cm), DK - 25”(63cm)x9.5”(24cm)
This pattern has been tech edited and test knit, and should be error free. However, if you feel that you have encountered one, or just need some help, please reach out to me at email@example.com. I’m happy to help!
This listing is for a digital download of a PDF knitting pattern.