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Blueberry Ridge Cowl

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Note: This listing contains only a pattern PDF with instructions to make your own shawl. It does not include the finished object, nor does it include any of the materials listed below.

The Blueberry Ridge Cowl is knit bottom-up in the round using fingering weight yarn. It features twisted stitches and American moss stitch for a squishy, stretchy textured cowl.

Interested in a coordinating hat? Take a peek at the Blueberry Ridge Hat pattern also listed in my shop!

Instructions are given for two different widths (small and medium) and two different heights (short and tall), which makes the pattern easy to customize. Both written and charted instructions are provided.

The original sample (first photo) is a tall version of the small cowl.

  • 6 (small size) to 8 (medium size) stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle to weave in ends
Each chart repeat uses two stitch markers. Knitters who can read their own knitting will likely only need 3 (small size) - 4 (medium size) stitch markers.

Skills and Techniques
German twisted cast on, knitting in the round, working stitches through the back loops, right purl cross/twist, left purl cross/twist.

Although not necessary, the cowl will knit up much faster if you can cable without a cable needle. Links to video tutorials are provided.

Testers rated the pattern difficulty as Advanced Beginner / Intermediate.

The sample was made with IndigoDragonfly CaribouBaa (100% Merino, Superwash) in colorway Tardis. For substitutions, a wool or wool blend with good stitch definition is recommended.

Approximate yardage required for each size combination:
Small / Short: 50 grams (214 yards / 196 meters)
Small / Tall: 60 grams (261 yards / 239 meters)
Medium / Short: 62 grams (270 yards / 247 meters)
Medium / Tall: 70 grams (300 yards / 275 meters)

US3 / 3.25mm circular needles with 24” / 61cm cord length.

28 sts and 36 rnds = 4” / 10cm in American moss stitch
(Swatch knit in the round. Measurements taken after blocking.)
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