Spellbound Cowl Pattern
It has been worked as a tube in the round. This means that there are no seams to finish or long stranded floats that might easily snag when worn. The tube makes it cushy, cuddly and warm! I’ve used mosiac knitting techniques which also mean that this complex appearing design can be worked easily using only one color at a time!
To keep the finishing seamless, I’ve included a provisional cast on and instructions for a 2 color textured Kitchener stitch at the end to keep the pattern travelling endlessly around the cowl.
I hope this project leaves you Spellbound too!"
Finished measurement: 31” (79cm) circumference x 9” (23cm) wide.
Yarn: Sock/Fingering weight
460 yards (420 meters) color A (sample: The Fiber Seed Sprout Sock in Forest- 1 skein)
550 yards (503 meters) color B (sample: Cascade Heritage Wave in Tropical - 2 skeins)
10 yards (9 meters) smooth cotton waste yarn for provisional cast on
US 4 (3.5mm) 24” (60cm) circular
US 2 (2.75mm) 24” (60cm) circular
USG (4.00mm) Crochet hook for provisional cast on
Two Tapestry needles
8 stitch markers - one should be a different color for marking the begin of round.