Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Contrary Cabled Cowl

The lovely and talented Cindy Dahle Remke from The Gauge Wars Blog published a new pattern this morning, using Dyeabolical® Aran Singles yarn, called Contrary Cable Cowl. It's pretty great, right? Here is the pattern description from Cindy:
This snug fitting cowl has an interesting texture where stockinette and garter stitch cables meet. With aran weight yarn, held double, this is a quick knit. It is September after all so we need to start thinking about Christmas knitting! :) The top circumference is able to accomodate children and adults, with the bottom widening to fit comfortably on the shoulders under a coat. It is the perfect accessory for winter play, ensuring no one’s neck or face get cold in the wind and snow.
Dyeabolical® Aran Singles yarn is a single-ply, aran weight, fine wool yarn. It has 200 yards per 100 gram hank and is available in a wide-variety of dyed-to-order semisolid and variegated colors. To order, go to the made-to-order yarn section, click the color you would like, then choose the yarn base you would like. Aran Singles is available to be dyed in all of the semisolid and most of the variegated colors. This cowl would look great in the colors below. The color used in the pattern is called King Of The Pond.

Left to right: Kissing Booth, Poisoned Cherry, Big Cheddar, Don't Feed The Bears
Tempest Tease, King Of the Pond, Wicked City Woman, Glaucous
Fish Bowl, Je Ne Sais Quoi, Everyone Likes Pie, Nehi to a Grasshopper
Quarter Sawn, Polar Vortex, Grayson, Raja

See more information on The Gauge Wars blog. Click here to purchase the pattern. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for your comment! If you included your email address in your profile, then I will respond to you soon.