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Together Apart Cowl
Together Apart Cowl
Together Apart Cowl
Together Apart Cowl

Together Apart Cowl

$5.99 USD

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My Together Apart Cowl is a design dreamed up in this current world of social distancing and missing the ones I love dearly. I find myself so grateful that we live in times where technology can keep us connected to one another. As I knit each sitch I was reminded that even while apart, we’re all in this together. This Cowl was on its way to my Mom just as soon as it was finished.

The pattern uses simple, meditative, slipped stitches to create the texture and blending of colors. It’s a quick and easy knit, with soothing stockinette rows, and enough varying in the stitches to keep a knitter’s interest. Using small amounts of your favorite DK or Sport weight yarn, this project is a great stash-buster too!

YARN
DK or Sport Weight Yarn in 2 colors
130 yards for Main Color
77 yards for Contrast Color

NEEDLES
3.5 mm / US Size 4 Circular Needles - 24” long
4 mm / US Size 6 Circular Needles - 24” long

NOTIONS
A Row Counter is recommended but not required
1 Stitch Marker

GAUGE
22 stitches = 4 inches in the Pattern Stitch using 4 mm / US Size 6 circular needles - before blocking

This pattern has been tested.


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This knitting pattern is copyrighted by Jessica Ays for Double the Stitches 2019. You may not copy, share, change, or sell this pattern. No unauthorized reproduction, in whole or in part, or distribution of this pattern or content is allowed. 

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