Why Wait? Cowl Kit in Rasta

Why Wait? Cowl Kit in Rasta

Malabrigo

All you need is one skein of Malabrigo - Rasta for this cozy colorful cowl by Susan Ashcroft. Taking as little as two hours to knit up, this is designed for almost instant gratification. No need to wait to wear these... Read More

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Archangel
Arco Iris
Lotus
Plomo
Sabiduria
Piedras
Indiecita
Verde Azul
Purple Mystery
Pagoda
Sunset
Lettuce
Solis
Frank Ochre
Cosmos
Almond Blossom
Cucumber
Ivory
Melon
Fucsia
Sombras
Azules

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All you need is one skein of Malabrigo - Rasta for this cozy colorful cowl by Susan Ashcroft. Taking as little as two hours to knit up, this is designed for almost instant gratification. No need to wait to wear these gorgeous spring colors. The perfect addition to your windy beach-walking outfit, or for nights camping in the woods. This cowl will keep you warm while flaunting the bright colors of the season.

There is no need to swatch and the pattern is written so that all of the yarn will be used, but you will not run out. You will be in knitting bliss while working with this luscious bulky merino wool.

"Why Wait?" is designed to be reversible, giving a woven aesthetic on the "WS" and is intended to be worn with the top bit folded under in front. (see photos)

Kit includes:

    • Malabrigo Rasta: 1 skein
      • Hand-dyed 100% Uruguayan merino, lusciously smooth and squishy to the touch.This bulky weight, single-ply yarn will feel heavenly against your skin. 
      • Weight: Super Bulky 
      • 90 yd/150g
      • Texture: single ply slightly felted with a twist
      • Gauge: 8.0 to 10.0 sts = 4 inches

    Recommended needle:

    • US11/8mm: creates a fairly dense finished product
    • US13/9mm: looser finished cowl
    • The pattern designer has expressed the fact that needle size is not too crucial, as switching up the size will simply change how the cowl lies and how dense the fabric is. So choose the size that gives you the look you prefer.
    Notions
    • Stitch marker. 

    Happy Knitting!!

    **Find more projects and patterns for inspiration by Susan Ashcroft:

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