Cedar Hill Cowl Kit. A knitted cowl with Tosh Merino Light and Shibui Silk Could.
Cedar Hill Cowl KitPattern by Seth Richardson.
"Named for one of my favorite places in Central Park, this cowl is inspired by the sophisticated style of New York City, a place I called home for 20 years. I imagine a crisp autumn day after a visit to the museum, with coffee-to-go in hand, enjoying a nice stroll with a friend while wearing a wool coat and a stylish scarf. With two different yarns held together throughout, Cedar Hill Cowl uses a combination of garter stitch and simple lacework to create an offset chevron motif that evokes the needles on the branches of the evergreen trees that give Cedar Hill its name. Wear it doubled around your neck for some extra drama and warmth or as one single loop for a more relaxed look."
2 skeins of Tosh Merino Light
2 skeins of Shibui Silk Cloud
Cedar Hill Cowl knitting pattern. Thru Ravelry we purchase the pattern for you and print it. This ensures that the designer receives 100% of the pattern sales.
*Limited edition project bag is also available
The design is originally intended to create a tighter fabric than one might usually expect from lacework. If you prefer a more relaxed fabric, consider increasing the needle size, but note that this will affect the final measurements of the cowl and may change your yardage requirements.
Silk Cloud is a 60% kid Mohair and 40% silk blend in a lace weight. each skein has 330yards.
Tosh Merino Light is 100% Superwash Mernio in a fingering weight.
9.25” wide by 23” long (46” circumference) after blocking.
Pattern requires a US 2.5 (3.0 mm) x 32" circular knitting needle.
Sample is shown in Lovegrass. Photos credited to Ben Cort
MT + SK project bag is white linen with a black draw string and printing. 13.5" x 16.5"