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Janelle Martin

for Eclectic Closet Knitting Designs   2012

18 New Tech Cowl

New “Tech” (Techniques) Cowl is a great way to use up leftover yarn or single skeins. The knitter starts with one block and then the rest of the cowl is built along the circumference from that first block until the last block connects the cowl into a circle. After that, the edges are picked up and knit and voila, there's a cowl with no sewing to be done, just ends to weave in.

Yarn Needed
Large: 585 yards/535 meters of 100% wool or wool-blend sport weight or heavy fingering yarn in 4 colours that knits up to 6 sts/inch
C1 – 130 yards/119 meters
C2 – 100 yards/91 meters
C3 – 210 yards/192 meters
C4 – 145 yards/133 meters

Medium: 420 yards/384 meters of 100% wool or wool-blend sport weight or heavy fingering yarn in 3 colours that knits up to 6 sts/inch
C1 – 110 yards /101 meters
C2 – 120 yards/110 meters
C3 – 190 yards/174 meters

Finished Size (unblocked)
Large - 54”/137 cm circumference by 8”/20 cm wide
Medium – 36”/90 cm circumference by 8”/20 cm wide

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • schematics included
  • no sewing
  • all season
  • partly circular, no sewing
  • medium (large)
  • scanned PDF has 8 pages (letter size)
  • easy
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 3.75 mm
    • US 5
    • 24.0 over pattern
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