Boat Harbour Cowl
The stitch pattern in this cowl was selected because it reminded me of the fractured lines commonly found in the rocks of the limestone barrens. Tiny glass buttons are used to fasten the cowl through the eyelets enabling the piece to be worn either as a cowl or scarf. This design is part of the Northern Landscapes collection: part one will be released mid-August; part two will be released at the end of 2015 and part three will be released in spring 2016.
Gauge: 21.5 sts and 34 rows to 4 inches (10 cm) over Chart A, blocked
Yardage: 400 yards/366 meters of wool/yak blend fingering weight yarn that knits up to 8 sts/inch.
Finished Size: 33”/83.82 cm long by 11.75”/29.85 cm wide
Shown In: Indigodragonfly ‘Wingenhooven’, (400 yards/366 meters; 60% merino, 20% silk, 20% yak; 3.53 oz/100 grams). 1 skeins in Only the Exact Phrase I Used was “Don’t” (Firefly).
Buttons: Buttons with a shank, glass (5), approximately .31 inches x .39 inches/8mm x 10mm (available from Shall We Knit?, www.shallweknit.com)