Drip Glaze Cowl Knitting Pattern
Use your softest yarn for this cozy neck-warmer. Seamlessly knitted from the top down, this dickey incorporates three fingering- or sport-weight yarns. Use a hand-dyed yarn for the center contrast color (CC1) and let those little speckles of color shine. It reminds me of the way pottery glazes drip and shimmer.
Gauge: 26 sts and 32 rds per 4" in stockinette stitch on size 2.75mm/US 2 needles
Yarn: Light Sport/Fingering-weight yarn in three colors: 175 yards (160 meters)/35g of MC; 100 yards (91 meters)/16g of CC1; 70 yards (64 meters) of CC2
Sample uses Sunday Knits “Heaven” (100% cashmere, 235 yards [215m] per 50g skein) in Aloe Vera (MC); Alicia Paulson “Hand-dyed Merino Fingering” (100% superwash merino, 433 yards [397m] per 115g skein) in Pinkish (CC1).; and Sunday Knits “Angelic 3-Ply” (75% merino/25% angora, 246 yards [225m] per 50g skein) in Aqua.
- Size 2.75/U.S. size 2 needles for working a small circumference in the round: DPNs, 1 long circular, or 2 short circulars (for neck ribbing)
- Size 2.75/U.S. size 2 20" circular needles
- Yarn needle for finishing
- 1 BOR stitch marker
Finished Measurements: Measured flat, cowl is 9 3/4" (25cm) high from cast-on edge to bind-off; and 18" (48cm) wide at bottom edge
Please note: This pattern is available as a downloadable PDF pattern only. You will need Adobe Reader to view and print this pattern on your home computer.