Monday, October 19, 2020

Ingathering Cowl

 A Premium Knitting Pattern

When I was thinking of fall weather accessories and what I wanted to do for a pattern for October. I started thinking about all of my favorite gothic novels. Jane Ere, Wuthering Heights, The Secret Garden (if you don't think The Secret Garden is a gothic novel then you are wrong and you can fight me in the comments, jk), Rebecca and while I am making judgments on what a gothic novel is Northanger Abbey. I love sitting down to read one of them when the wind is howling around the house.  The best gothic novels come with a locked door, so hints the key in this pattern. I included it with the perfect fall colors. 

This cowl pattern is easy to adapt to what you want. Maybe you want it to be wider, just repeat the chart a few more times, or maybe you would like it a little longer, just add some more ribbing. The choice is yours. 

Like usual with my stranded knitting patterns this one is a paid only pattern. This insures that all my work put into making a chart isn't just copied and sent around the world without any credit. I have an introductory price for it on Ravelry for $1.00 (usd) for now until the 26th, Oct. 2020. I will be at the normal price in my other shops. Keep reading below to see how you can get your PDF and the schematics of the pattern. 

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Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Knit Picks yarn Palette yarn: 100% Peruvian Highland wool, Fingering weight yarn, 50 grams/231 yards, 3 colors needed 50 grams of color a, 30 grams of color b, and 10 grams for color c.

Needles: size 4/ 3.5 24 inch circular needles

Notions: yarn needle for weaving in your ends

Gauge: 15k x 16 rows = 2 inches

Size: 24 inch circumference and 12 inches high

Stitches used: k, p, PM (place marker),

Copyright Julia Schwartz.

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