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Marmee March Hooded Cowl

“Go and embrace your liberty. And see what wonderful things come of it.” (Marmee March, Little Women)

Marmee (Mrs March) was the solid foundation of her family and so this cowl uses a single repeat of the pattern that all the other shawls in this collection derive from.

This cowl is worked flat and a small seam is made after blocking that converts an unusual shape into a wonderfully warm hooded cowl.

There is a link to a video tutorial for the Italian 2-colour Brioche cast-on included in the pattern.

Many thanks to Nancy Marchant for her work on brioche stitches and terminology, which is used here and to Deb Bramham for her brilliant tech editing.

Yarn
Bear in Sheep’s Clothing, Bear Cosy (100% Fine Falklands Merino; 400m/100g)
LC: Protista, 1 skein
DC: Damson Gin, 1 skein

Note on Yardage
My sample used 380m of Light Colour and 360m of Dark Colour. Ensure you have enough yarn!
 
Needles
4mm circular, 60cm long to start, up to 100cm long
 
Notions
1 lockable stitch marker (for br4st dec)
Tapestry needle
 
Tension
10cm2 = 17 sts x 18 rows over Straight 2-colour Brioche Stitch (Rows 1-2) when blocked.
 
Sizing
One size – max. 78cm x 128cm as shown on schematic.

Language
English

You will get a PDF (16MB) file

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