The Cooler Side of Warm Cowl Kit

The Cooler Side of Warm Cowl Kit

HiKoo

Each kit comes with The Cooler Side of Warm cowl pattern and 2 skeins of Hikoo SimpliNatural Yarn.

The Cooler Side of Warm is a cozy cowl, knit in Hikoo SimpliNatural, from the bottom up. It begins with 1x1 ribbing knit flat and then is joined to... Read More

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Product Details

Each kit comes with The Cooler Side of Warm cowl pattern and 2 skeins of Hikoo SimpliNatural Yarn.

The Cooler Side of Warm is a cozy cowl, knit in Hikoo SimpliNatural, from the bottom up. It begins with 1x1 ribbing knit flat and then is joined to be worked in the round. As a result, it has a split-hem on one side that allows it to sit comfortably on the shoulder and lie flat against the back and chest. It is finished with 1x1 rib on a smaller needle to prevent gaping at the neck.

  • Knitting
  • Cowl
  • Yarn Weight: Worsted
  • Gauge: 20 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette stitch in the round, blocked
  • Needle Size:
    • US7 (4.5mm) 16"
    • US8 (5.0mm) 16"
  • Yardage: 339 - 350 yards
  • One size

Hikoo SimliNatural Yarn Details:

If you love HiKoo Simpliworsted but long for more luxury, try Simplinatural. Made exclusively with the most sumptuous natural fibers, the wool, alpaca and silk are expertly blended to highlight the best of each fiber. Beautifully rounded 6-ply strands mean your knitting will have a cushy feel with excellent stitch definition. Rich, earthy primaries and nuanced neutrals will fit perfectly into anyone’s wardrobe. Handwash.

• 40% Baby Alpaca 40% Fine Merino Wool 20% Mulberry Silk
• 183 yards per 100 gram hank
• US 8-9 needles
• 5-5.50 mm needles
• 4-4.5 sts per inch