Miter Might Not
Meet the Miter Might Not cowls, my latest pair of designs that are cut from the same cloth, if you will. It’s amazing how different the results can be when all you change is where you do your increases.
Both versions are included in the same pattern, sort of a choose-your-own-adventure kind of thing. Each fraternal twin is created by increasing from a single point to form either a triangle or a rectangle. Then another decreasing triangle or rectangle closes the other side of the cowl. Don’t worry if that doesn’t make much sense - there are lots more words and pictures in the pattern.
Circumference: 30 (38) inches
Height: 15 (9) inches
GAUGE (after blocking)
16 sts/17 rows = 4 inches in brioche rib
Version A: 1 skein each in Purpuras (DC) and in Archangel (LC)
Version B: 1 skein each in Jupiter (DC) and in Yerba (LC)
US #6/4mm circular needle, 24 inches 3 stitch markers
Removable stitch marker