Thursday, September 19, 2019

Watching Sparrows Cowl

A premium Knitting pattern

Are not two sparrows sold for a cent? And yet not one of them will fall to the ground apart from your Father. But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. So do not fear; you are more valuable than many sparrows. Matthew 10:29-31


There is a new stranded knitting pattern available in the Ravelry Shop. This pattern is so pretty. I no I will be wearing it a lot this fall and winter. The pattern uses 2 color stranded work. The cowl is worked in the round to make a long tube and then the tube is stitched together to form the cowl. This means that all the floats are hiding inside the cowl, and it makes is double thick making it extra cozy.



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The pattern is charted and written in a simple manner for anyone comfortable with stranded work to accomplish. I would love for you to go give it some love on Ravelry. As a thank you to my readers I
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I think the hardest part of this cowl is the provisional cast on. In the pattern I include a link for a video to follow to start the pattern right. Below is all the information needed for the cowl.

Designer: Julia Schwartz
Yarn: Knit Picks Stroll Tweed fingering weight, 65% super wash merino wool 25% nylon 10% donegal, 230 yrds/ 50g 2 skeins needed. Colors used Thirst Heather (color A), and Garnet Heather (color B)
Needles: #5 3.75 16 inch circular needle (used an extra one for the provisional cast on.
Notions: Yarn needle to weave in your ends and finishing kitchener stitch, stitch marker to mark the start of a round
Gauge: 8 to 9 stitches per inch
Size: 7 inches by 16 inches folded in half
Stitches used: k (knit), p (purl), Pm (place marker, Sm (slip marker)
Notes:
  • Make sure your floats are no more than 5 stitches wide.
  • This pattern is worked in the round starting with a provisional cast on and finishing with the kitchener stitch.
  • Make special note about which yarn color is your dominant color as it changes from each section.
Copyright: Julia Schwartz.
Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact me through e-mail.

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