Knitting Pattern: Smoky Mountain Cowl

Knitting Pattern: Smoky Mountain Cowl

5.00

Designed by Angela Westover

I’ve always had a pull to the Smoky Mountains and Appalachia. The rolling hills, the trees of all hues, the culture of a people tucked up into this mysterious land filled with resources and wonder. The two-toned cascades of cables echo the snow covered peaks of this region in the winter months. Super squishy, textured, and slouchy, this cowl is the perfect place to nuzzle your nose when the wind picks up.

Sizes Included in Pattern: One Size Fits Most Adults

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Difficulty

Intermediate-Experienced

Techniques To Indulge In

Cables, Two-Color Stranded Knitting

Finished Measurements (inches/cm)

17” in circumference x 8” tall (43.2 cm x 20.3 cm)

Gauge in Pattern

28 stitches and 28 rounds = 4”/10cm

 

Yarn

220 yards of Worsted Weight, 8 WPI

Suggested Yarn: The Dye Project Ecola Merino/Silk Worsted (85% Merino, 15% Silk), (2) skeins, 215 yards.
MC Color: Morello
CC Color: Driftwood

Needles

US Size 6 (4mm) and Size 8 (5 mm) circular needles or DPNS, or size needed to obtain gauge.

Notions

Tapestry Needle, Scissors, Stitch Markers


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Photographer: Jeananne Atthowe | Retoucher: Dustin Miszczak | Model: Kirstin Csik-Hughes