The Snowflake Cowl was created in my hope for snow this winter.
The last few winters haven’t really been like the winter weather I remember as a child, and my son has never seen real snow. With a few good frosts already, I am hoping for snow this year. (Edit: Snow arrived whilst I was knitting the sample!)
It took me about 9 hours of knitting to make, so it’s quick too. Perfect for a last minute Christmas gift!
- 1 x skein of Fated Yarns Washford (100% Superwash Merino Wool/ 100g / 225m) - Main Colour uses approximately 66g
- 1 x skein of Washford in colour Natural by Fated Yarns (100% Superwash Merino Wool/ 100g/ 225m) —Contrast Colour uses approximately 61g
- 3.50mm 60cm Circular Knitting Needle
- Darning Needle & Scissors
- Knit & Purl
- Stranded Colourwork
- Knitting in the round
Size: 48cm circumference x 28cm high
Pattern Construction: The cowl is worked from the bottom up and in the round. Instructions are written but the colourwork motifs are charted only.
1 X PDF Knitting Pattern
- 1 X PDF Knitting Pattern
- Size999 KB
- Length6 pages