Knitting Pattern: White Oak Alpaca Cowl

Knitting Pattern: White Oak Alpaca Cowl


Designed by Angela Westover

Up in North Clark County, Washington, tucked into the foothills of the cantankerous Mt. St. Helens, a single ancient White Oak tree spreads its boughs in greeting. You’ve arrived at the White Oak Alpacas Ranch. About 150 alpaca call this 30-acre ranch home. Each one has a name, and their personalities match perfectly.

Sizes Included in Pattern: One Size Fits Most Adults

*** In purchasing this product you will receive a PDF pattern from which you can create your new White Oak Alpaca Cowl. This is not the finished item.***




Techniques To Indulge In

Working in the Round, Stranded Colorwork, Following Chart Instructions

Finished Measurements (inches/cm)

25” in circumference x 11.5” tall (63.5 cm x 30 cm)

Gauge in Pattern

29 stitches and 33 rows = 4”/10cm in Pattern Stitch


360 yards of Fingering/Sock Weight

Suggested Yarn: White Oak Alpaca, Alpaca & Merino Blend, (2) Skeins
Color A (MC): “Capriccia 2017” (light tan), 160 yards
Color B (CC): “Espressiva & Cassieopeia” (dark brown), 200 yards


US Size 4 (3.5 mm) circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge.


Tapestry Needle, Scissors, Stitch Markers (optional)

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Photographer: Jeananne Atthowe | Model: Kendra Jones | Retoucher: Dustin Miszczak