Ansh Cowl is a versatile accessory that can live in your wardrobe and can easily be thrown over any outfit for an instant update. Knitted with a rich variegated yarn, it can add a brilliant color pop and round out even the most basic looks.
A few reasons Ansh could be your next project:
♡ One skein of DK is a nice medium to work with. 🙂
♡ The stitches are basic – knit, purl, k2tog, ssk, yo.
♡ Construction is fun and engaging, you would actually want to complete it. Most of my testers took less than a week.
♡ The finished item is stylish, easy to wear and works with a lot of outfits.
Ansh cowl is designed to use one skein of DK weight yarn. It is knitted flat following a slightly different construction and then two edges are seamed together to form the cowl. Please see the last photo for the seaming at the back. The construction is explained in detail with a schematic in the pattern.
|FINISHED MEASUREMENTS||Top edge circumference: 25.75″/ 65 cm|
Depth: 17.5″ / 44 cm
|YARN REQUIREMENTS||193 yards / 176 m of DK weight yarn.|
|YARN USED IN SAMPLE||Malabrigo Dos Tierras DK 50% Merino Wool, 50% Alpaca |
210 yards / 193 m per 100g / 3.5oz in Indiecita 416 colorway.
|NEEDLES USED||4 mm / US 6 needles straight or circular.|
|GAUGE||19 sts and 25 rows = 4″/ 10 cm, in pattern st, washed and blocked.|
19 sts and 28 rows = 4″/ 10 cm, in stockinette st, washed and blocked.
|TECHNIQUES||Knit, purl, increases, decreases, Russian bindoff.|