Stroke of Midnight Cowl PDF- Knitting Pattern
Do you have a skein of hand painted sock yarn too pretty to make socks? The slip stitches in the cowl are a great way to show off all of the colors.
Gauge: 30 stitches by 37 rows per 4 inches in pattern.
Yarn: 1 skeins Queen City Yarn Uptown Sock (75% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon, 5% Stellina) or approximately 450 yards of the fingering weight Yarn. Sample made with A Night to Remember.
Needles: 24” circular on US size 3/3.0 mm.
Notions: Scrap Yarn, Tapestry Needle
** This listing is for a digital download of the Stroke of Midnight Cowl Pattern. The pattern contains a materials list, chart and instructions for completing the cowl. This pattern is available for download three times, please save this PDF in a folder where you can retrieve it again and again. **
PDF patterns are final sale due to the nature of the item.
The colors may vary from monitor to monitor and we try our best to accurately represent and describe the yarn, Pictures are as accurate as they can be, if you have questions regarding colors, please message us before purchasing.
Our dye technique means each skein will be unique. Your skein might vary slightly from what is pictured.
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