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Luppino Cowl - Knitting Pattern

$6.00

**This listing is for a PDF pattern only**

This triangle shaped cowl is a super quick knit! Worked in fingering weight yarn held double, while still maintaining a beautiful drape. I designed this cowl to cover not only your neck, but your chest as well, however, the design is very versatile and can be worn in many ways based on your style! This cowl is worked from the bottom up, and seamed together with a mattress stitch.This pattern also includes some easy eyelets that makes for a great introduction to lace knitting!

Finished Measurements:

29” (73.6 cm) in circumference
22.25” (56.5 cm) length at widest point.

Yardage:

Color 1 - 170 yards
Color 2 - 365 yards
Sample Uses - The Little Wolf Knits Yarn, Sunfish base, 75/25 Superwash Merino/Nylon, 100g, 463 yards. In the colorways, Sedona for Color 1 and Frost for Color 2.

Suggested Needles:

4 mm (US size 6) / 20-32” circular needles recommended.

Notions:

  • 10 stitch markers for lace border (optional)
  • Darning needle (for weaving in ends)
  • Scissors
  • Tape Measure

Techniques featured:

knit stitch, purl stitch, eyelets, left & right leaning increases, elastic bind off.

Please feel free to message me with any questions about the pattern! I am most active on instagram @mavencrafted

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