Katherine Capelet Cowl Knitting Pattern Download
Rowan’s Cashmere Tweed yarn is lofty and light all on its own. When you add KidSilk Haze, you have a most wonderful fabric. After swatching and blocking the swatch, I was immediately impressed by how light the fabric felt. It doesn’t require complicated stitches to shine, just a bit of interest. I’ve chosen a traveling stitch pattern and twisted stitches to make this a complimentary capelet (or cowl) to my McClellan Pullover (and Daisetta Hat) pattern. My McClellan Pullover is also light and airy, and this hat has just a bit more heft, for warmth.
Finished Measurements, Sizes: 1 (2)
Top Circ: 24 (25)”/ 61 (63.5)cm Bottom: 44 (50)”/ 112 (127)cm
Height: 10.5 (12)” / 26.5 (30)cm
Yarns by Rowan (held together throughout):
Yarn A: Cashmere Tweed, shown in #03 Graphite
80/20 Wool/Cashmere: 96yds (88m)/25g; 3 (4) balls
Yarn B: KidSilk Haze, shown in #600 Dewberry
70/30 Mohair/Silk: 230yds (210m)/25g; 1(2) ball(s)
- 24” circular needles in size US 6 (4 mm) or size used to obtain gauge.
- (Optional) 32” circular needles in size US 6 (4 mm) or size used to obtain gauge (as the circumference grows with increases).
Yarn A + Yarn B, held together: 17 sts and 24 rows = 4” (10 cm) in Stk st (knit every round), after wet-blocking.
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