The ribbing at the top is worked first, in the round, then the “shawl” portion is worked back and forth beginning with a few stitches. Yarnovers at the edges and centre create a triangle shape. Decreases are worked at the end of each row to join the triangle portion to the ribbed band. When all of the ribbing stitches have been consumed, the cowl continues in the round with a fun smocked chevron pattern followed by an effective geometric lace edging featuring little textured knots. The edge blocks out into sharp points.
437 yds/ 400m of fingering weight yarn with good stitch definition and nice drape
Shown in Ysolda Callisto (55% superwash BFL, 45% silk, 437 yds / 400m, 100g) in Wilhelmina and Club Colour 2018.
22 sts and 36 rows = 4" / 10cm in st st in the round with larger needle
437 yds/ 400m of fingering weight yarn with good stitch definition and nice drapeShown in Callisto (55% superwash BFL, 45% silk, 437 yds / 400m, 100g)
US 3 / 3.25mm 24” / 60cm circular needleUS 4 / 3.5mm 24” / 60cm circular needle