The Bobcat Hills are a group of beautiful peaks, in Southern California, where you may hike and explore in your new cowl!
This is a pattern for a cowl. Instructions are given to work a shorter cowl around the neck or a longer tube-like cowl.
Stitches are cast-on and joined to work in the round from the bottom-up (or top down, depending on how you look at it). The shorter cowl is worked with ribbed edging and the longer cowl is worked, then edges are sewn together creating a long tube. (with given yarn amounts - you may work 2 shorter cowls, reversing colours, or 1 long cowl)
yarn: Silky Merino by, Elevate Fiber Arts Fingering; 75% Merino, 25% Silk 400yds (366m) / 100 grams approx. yarn amounts: MC - 190yds (175m) CC - 160yds (147m) needles: 2.75mm (us no 2) circulars, 16in/41cm 3.25mm (us no 3) circulars, 16in/41cm gauge: 30 sts x 32 rows = 4in/10cm Some knitters work stranded and one-coloured at different gauges. Though exact guage is not needed to work this project, change needles as needed to keep gauge the same throughout. approximate size: Shorter Cowl - 12in/30.5 (w) x 12in/30.5cm (h) Longer Cowl - 40in/102cm (circ) x 6.25in/16cm (w)