This means that each cable cross involves twice as many stitches as are visible on the right side and consequently I highly recommend working them with a cable needle. The cowl is worked as a long, flat piece. It begins and ends with stockinette tubes which are grafted together to form a loop. Grafting in stockinette solves the problem of grafting opposite ends of a ribbed piece, which will always be visible misaligned by half a stitch. A twist is trapped within this stockinette section by arranging the stitches so that they’re offset by quarter of a round. The longer version is also twisted before grafting so that it’s easy to arrange in pleasing folds and has more interest when worn without double wrapping.
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A swatch of the cable repeat should measure 2 ¾" / 7cm wide and 3" / 7.5cm long.
Available in two lengths, for a single or double wrap.
Finished circumference: 32” / 80 cm Finished width: 8 1/4” / 21cm
404yds / 370m of sport weight yarn with good stitch definition.
Shown in De Rerum Natura Ulysse (100%
merino, 202 yds / 185m, 50g) in Potimarron for short cowl and Goéland for long cowl. }}
Size US 4 / 3.5mm 16" / 40cm and 32" / 80cm circular needles
Size US 6 / 4mm straights or 24" / 60cm or longer circular}}
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