Nanook Cowl by Stella Ackroyd

Nanook Cowl by Stella Ackroyd


Worked sideways from a provisional cast-on and then seamed using Kitchener stitch (with detailed instructions included in the pattern), or the three needle bind-off method, this cowl is quick and interesting to make. Every effort has been made to ensure that each of the textured bands lies well next to its neighbour and with contextual symmetry.

On really frosty mornings layer two Nanooks together (or pop one inside Stella’s Aurora Cowl) – because it is seamless, you can pop one cowl inside the other with wrong sides facing and then fold it over slightly to form a contrast lining!

NB: This is a printed pattern.

Fine Fettle Northumbrian Rose:
1 x 50 gm
Small amount of waste yarn for provisional cast-on

Needles: 1 pair 3.50mm (US 4) needles

Blocked tension: 24 sts and 31 rows to 10 cm (4 in) measured over stocking stitch using 3.50mm (US 4) needles.
Size: Blocked cowl measures approx 61 cm circumference x 24 cm deep (24 in x 9½ in).

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