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Meadow Knots cowl

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While it is relatively easy to recognize the perennial grasses and seed-eating sparrows as characteristic of meadows, the ecosystems exist in their fullest sense underground. What we see above ground is only the outer margin of an ecosystem that explodes in intricacy and life below.”
― Amy Seidl, Early Spring: An Ecologist and Her Children Wake to a Warming World

This is a pattern for a cowl worked in the round and using the stranded knitting technique.

Stitches are provisionally cast-on and joined to work a tube, which is then grafted together.

Shetland 4ply by Gathered Sheep Yarns; Fingering; 100% Pure Shetland Wool; 234yds (213.97m) / 55g or 96yds (87.8m)/20g mini skein
approximate yarn amounts:
MC (Dreamy) - 41g; 175yds/160m
CC1 (Charcoal) - 20g; 96yds/87.8m
CC2 (Lakeside) - 15g; 65yds/60m
CC3 (Sugar Plum Fairy) - 15g; 65yds/60m
CC4 (Stunning Blue) - 15g; 65yds/60m
CC5 (Purple Jam) - 20g; 96yds/87.8m
CC6 (New Beginnings) - 19g; 91yds/84m
CC7 (Relaxing) - 15g; 65yds/60m
CC8 (Green Lantern) - 18g; 86yds/79m
2.75mm (us no 2) circulars 20in/50cm or DPNs 6in/15cm
3.25mm (us no 3) circulars 20in/50cm or DPNs 6in/15cm
30 sts x 28 rows = 4in/10cm measured over stranded stockinette on larger needles
Some knitters work stranded and single-coloured at different gauges. Change needles, as needed, to keep stitch gauge the same throughout.
approximate finished size:
7in/18cm (width) x 43.5in/110.5cm (circumference)
additional tools:
needle to weave in ends, st markers, waste yarn for provisional cast-on
You will get a PDF (1MB) file
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