Tolt River Cowl

Tolt River Cowl

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The rhythmic geometry of this colorful cowl is perfect for colorwork beginners, and fantastic for using up stash leftovers. The two versions — two-color worsted or four-color DK — are both perfect canvasses for playing with palettes. Make it boldly bright, subtly neutral, modernly monochrome, or however your heart desires. Tolt River Cowl is a quick knit, and a perfect gift for the color lover in your life.

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Finished Measurements
DK Circumference: 20 in/51 cm
Worsted Circumference: 19.25 in/49 cm
Depth Both Versions: 7.5 in/19 cm

Yarn
DK Version*
Color A (Sky Blue Indigo): 30 yd/27 m
Color B (Lemony Yellow Marigold): 60 yd/55 m Color C (True Blue Indigo): 115 yd/105 m Color D (Sungold Yellow Marigold): 10 yd/9 m

Shown in Local Color Fiber Studio Rambouillet DK (100% wool; 262 yd/240 m per 100g skein); Color A: Sky Blue Indigo; Color B: Lemony Yellow Marigold; Color C: True Blue Indigo; Color D: Sungold Yellow
Marigold; 1 skein each color

Worsted Version
Color A (turquoise): 100 yd/92 m
Color B (natural): 50 yd/46 m

Shown in O-Wool Balance (50% certified organic Merino wool, 50% certified organic cotton; 130 yd/120 m per 50g skein); Color A: Turquoise; Color B: Natural; 1 skein each color

Blocked Gauge
Gauge measurement should be taken after blocking. Since this pattern is worked in the round, swatch in the round for accurate gauge measurement.

DK: 24 sts/33 rows = 4 in/10 cm in colorwork with larger needles

Worsted: 20 sts/27 rows = 4 in/10 cm in colorwork with larger needles

Needles & Notions
Needle Sizes are recommendations only. Always use needle size necessary to obtain gauge.

DK Version
US #3/3.25 mm 16 in/40 cm circular needle
US #5/3.75 mm 16 in/40 cm circular needle

Worsted Version
US #5/3.75 mm 16 in/40 cm circular needle
US #7/4.5 mm 16 in/40 cm circular needle


stitch markers
tapestry needle

Skills 
working in the round, switching colours, working colour work from a chart, ribbing

Guided Tour

  1. Choosing Yarn

  2. Swatching


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