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Atlantis is Calling Cowl

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Atlantis is Calling is a cozy cowl that balances bold, ancient-looking cables with a touch of lace. Although named for the 1986 Modern Talking song, Atlantis is Calling is inspired by the underrated Atlantis: The Lost Empire. The carving-like cables call to mind the stonework of a lost civilization. Purl lace makes the cables pop and the cowl lightweight, and prevents your neck from overheating.

Thanks to the lace between cables, this pattern is ideal for very warm fibers such as angora, cashmere, and llama. Worked in a cotton or linen blend yarn, this could easily become a springtime accessory.

File is a PDF download of the knitting pattern to make this cowl.

Skill Level: Intermediate. Cowl is worked in the round and uses basic cable crosses. See “Abbreviations & Special Stitches” section for a detailed explanation of stitches used.

Finished Sizes: Small (Large) 21.75x44 cm/8.5x17.25in (37x44 cm/14.5x17.25in) after blocking. Pictured in Large.

Gauge: 7.6 x 9 cm/3 x 3.5 in over stitches 1-10 of chart. Each chart repeat adds 15.25 cm/6 in to the width.

  • 210 yds/192 m (292 yds/288 m) super bulky 5 WPI yarn. Pictured in DROPS Andes, 65% wool, 35% alpaca, 105 yds/100 grams
  • 6.5 mm/US 10.5 circular needles, 73.5 cm/29 in cable or size needed to get gauge
  • 5.5 mm/I-9 crochet hook for crochet cast on (not needed if using knitted cast on)
  • cable needle
  • stitch marker to mark end of rounds
  • yarn needle

Pattern can be worked from either written or charted instructions.
You will get a PDF (210KB) file
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