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Garanatus Cowl - PDF knitting pattern

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The Garanatus cowl is a warm and cosy winter accessory. The cowl drapes beautifully around your shoulders and neck. Due to its shape, it sits around the neck to keep you warm but not too open to let the wind blow in.

The Garanatus cowl is fun and easy to make. The cowl is worked in one piece in a mosaic garter stitch, knitting back and forth in rows. The lower edge is finished with applied i-cord edging. Two options for the depth of the cowl are given. The circumference of the neck opening is the same for both sizes. The charts are also given in reversed colours for ease of use in case you decide to swap the light and dark colours in your cowl.

The yarns used for the sample (size L):
• MC - Drops Lima, #9023 Maroon
• CC - Drops Lima, #3145 Powder Pink

DK / 8 ply; 50 gr / 1.76 oz = 100 m / 109 yards.
Two contrasting colours, approximately 110(220) m / 120(240) yards each colour.

Needles & notions
• 4 mm / US 6 circular needles 60 cm / 24” for knitting the cowl
• 3.25 mm / US 3 double pointed needles for I-cord
• Smaller circular needles for picking up stitches
• Tapestry needle

M, L (see schematics)
The patterning in the schematics does not include all repeats worked in a cowl.

20 stitches x 40 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4” in mosaic pattern after blocking.

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