Quetzal Cowl

Unique cowl knitting pattern includes a lace and cable pattern worked flat before one side edge is whipstitched to form a light, airy feel.

Jen Lucas

Size 9″ wide and 42¾” neck circumference after seaming

Yarn The Fibre Company Canopy Fingering

(50% baby alpaca, 30% merino, 20% viscose bamboo; 200 yd [183 m]/50 g):

  • #116 quetzal, 3 skeins

Yarn distributed by Kelbourne Woolens

Gauge 25 sts and 30 rows = 4″ in charted patt (after blocking)

Tools

  • Size 3 (3.25 mm) needles
  • Cable needle (cn)
  • Tapestry needle

A lace and cable pattern is worked flat into a scarf-like shape before one side edge is whipstitched for a few inches to form this light, airy cowl. A yarn made with a warm fiber, such as the baby alpaca in this blend, will keep you toasty whether you wear this cowl hanging down or looped around your neck.

Unique cowl knitting pattern includes a lace and cable pattern worked flat before one side edge is whipstitched to form a light, airy feel. Unique cowl knitting pattern includes a lace and cable pattern worked flat before one side edge is whipstitched to form a light, airy feel. Unique cowl knitting pattern includes a lace and cable pattern worked flat before one side edge is whipstitched to form a light, airy feel. Unique cowl knitting pattern includes a lace and cable pattern worked flat before one side edge is whipstitched to form a light, airy feel. Unique cowl knitting pattern includes a lace and cable pattern worked flat before one side edge is whipstitched to form a light, airy feel.

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