The Seed Stitch Cowl is a stylish way to keep your neck warm this winter. The combination of Merino wool and silk create softness and beautiful drape. This cowl knits up quickly and easily. Choose one of a number of luscious variegated yarns to create your own uniquely patterned accessory.
The Seed Stitch Cowl pattern is knit in the round, using only knit and purl stitches. The pattern was designed for Lambspun by Larissa Breloff.
Did you know? The word “cowl” is derived from the Latin word cuculla, meaning “a hood”. It originally referred to the hooded portion of a cloak, particularly the cloaks worn by monks during the early Middle Ages in Northern Europe. More recently, the word has come to mean “a draped neckline on a woman’s garment”. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary also defines “cowl” as a chimney covering designed to improve the draft, and the top portion of the front part of an automobile body forward of the two front doors to which are attached the windshield and instrument board. Something to think about while you are wearing your beautiful Seed Stitch Cowl!
- Level: Easy
- Size: one-size
- Finished measurement: Approximately 10 inches wide x 18 inches long
- Gauge is not critical for this project.
Included in the kit:
- ~200 yards of hand-dyed Lambspun yarn (50% Merino wool, 50% silk fiber)
- Lambspun pattern
- Needles: US Size 13 needles (Not included in the kit but available from Lambspun.)
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