Show off your fine lace knitting skills in this practical application for winter warmth! Lace layered over stocking stitch, with both layers seamlessly joined together at the top and bottom rib. See here for the matching hat.
The finished cowl is 23cm/9″ deep and 32cm/12½” wide (measured flat).
30g of 2ply/laceweight yarn with approximately 840 metres/920 yards per 100g (210 metres/230 yards per 25g).
40g of a contrast colour in 4ply/fingering weight yarn with approximately 408 metres/448 yards per 100g (102 metres/112 yards per 25g).
The pictured sample was knitted with Rowan ‘Kidsilk Haze’ in White #612 and Rowan ‘Mohair Haze’ in Tumble #534.
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
2.75mm/US 2 needle(s) for medium diameter circular knitting.
27 sts per 10cm/4″ in blocked 2×2 rib knitted with the 2ply/laceweight yarn held double. Row tension is not important.
27 sts and 34 rounds per 10cm/4″ in blocked stocking stitch/stockinette knitted with the 4ply/fingering yarn.
27 sts and 34 rounds per 10cm/4″ in blocked lace pattern knitted with the 2ply/laceweight yarn.
Adjust needle size as necessary.