ABOUT THE PATTERN
Growing up in Minnesota, going to Duluth and visiting Lake Superior was a big deal! It was almost like we were visiting the ocean… except it was an ocean so cold you could hardly dip your toes in. Nonetheless, we loved hiking to nearby Gooseberry Falls to watch the cascades. This bandana cowl is lightweight enough for summer, yet can still snuggle around your shoulders as it gets cold (as it does almost every evening in Duluth).
Neck Circumference: 23” (58 cm)
Back Depth: 4.5” (11 cm)
Front Depth: 13” (33 cm)
La Jolla by Baah Yarns in “Pink Sand”; 100 % SW Merino; 400 yds (365 m); 115 g (4.1 oz); Fingering Weight; 1 skein or 340 yds (311 m); 98 g (3.4 oz) needed
US4 (3.5 mm) circular needle, or size to obtain gauge 20” (50 cm) long (cowl is worked flat at first and then joined in the round)
Tapestry needle, stitch markers (1)
22 sts / 36 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Stockinette Stitch using US4 (3.5 mm) after wet blocking
Exact gauge is not critical, but because the cowl requires nearly the entire yardage of each color, deviation from the gauge will affect the size of the shawl and yarn requirements.
Eyelets, popcorn stitch, joining in the round
Pattern is written out and has been professionally technical edited. After purchase, you'll recieve a digital copy of the pattern delivered to your e-mail -- you will have the option to add the pattern to your Ravelry library.