Bela Cowl PDF knitting pattern

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This little cowl is perfect for spring, autumn and winter when extra warmth is always needed. Shown in Shetland Heather, the beautiful tweed tones add a bit of colour to the darker months as well as being soft and warm -and it only needs one ball to complete! Perfect for those odd balls of wool lying in your stash. The texture also shows off handspun yarns beautifully.

It features a simple textured cable and lace pattern, interspersed with sections of stocking and moss stitch for an interesting knit. Instructions are given in both written and charted form to make this pattern very easy to follow and quick to knit – perfect for a first lace or cable project.

Sizes:
One size measuring 65 cm (26 in) long by 14 cm (5.5 in) wide

Yarn:
Aran weight yarn.
Shown in Jamieson's Shetland Heather (92m per 50g ball; 100% wool), colourways purple heather and pippin.
92m (101 yds)
Note: only one ball is needed if you are willing to unravel your swatch as only a couple of yards are left over from the project

Needles & Notions:
5.5mm (US 9) knitting needles
Cable needle
4 buttons

Gauge:
15 stitches and 18 rows per 10cm x 10cm measured over stocking stitch

Skills required:
Knit and purl stitches
Cast on and cast off
Simple cables (either charted or written)
Following a simple lace pattern (either charted or written)



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