Eclipse Cowl

Eclipse Cowl

This cowl is designed with two very special yarns by Running On Yarn – both were created for the Solar Eclipse Festival in Casper WY back in 2017 when the eclipse path was at 100% totality over this fine western city. (I almost made it there in time – just to the outskirts of town. Apparently, 99.99% coverage is still REALLY bright! But we were able to experience the eclipse’s eerie effects none-the-less.) Make this cowl in one color, or alternate two colors (as pictured).

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Materials

Yarn: Running on Yarn Solid Singles (100% superwash Merino 400 yd/ 100g per skein) fingering weight yarn. Choose 1 semi-solid and 1 variegated yarn or make the cowl in one color.

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Hook: 4 mm (G-6) (or size needed to obtain gauge)

1 stitch marker

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Pattern Info

Skill level: Easy/Advanced Beginner

Blocked Gauge: 18 rows and 20 sts = 4 inches in stitch pattern (4 hdc, 4 dc and 9 sc rows)

Dimensions: Blocked to 11” height, 21” circ.

Sizes: One Size Fits Most

 

 

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Abbey

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