Ninety Degrees

Speckles and solids and colourwork combine in this deep, generous cowl. Corrugated ribbing flows into a geometric colourwork pattern with shifting foreground and background, flowing back into corrugated ribbing. The size provides warming coverage, while shaping ensures that your cowl will sit nicely around your neck. Pattern is charted only. To make Ninety Degrees, you will need to know how to knit, purl, work in the round, do stranded colourwork, and read charts.

Pattern PDF download: $7.50 USD from Ravelry or Payhip.

Size: 25.5 in/65cm top circumference, 30 in/76cm bottom circumference, 16 in/40.5cm deep

Yarn: Backyard Fiberworks Meadow Light (80% Merino, 10% cashmere, 10% nylon; 435 yds/398m per 3.53 oz/100g); Marmalade: 1 skein, Stormcloud: 1 skein

Gauge: 32.4 stitches and 36 rows = 4 in/10cm in stranded colourwork in the round on larger needles

Photos by Gale Zucker.

2 thoughts on “Ninety Degrees

    1. Unfortunately, I think Alice/Backyard Fiberworks is no longer dyeing yarn, so kits aren’t available anymore. You can substitute a similar fingering weight yarn from another dyer, though.

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