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On the Needles - Cloud

Fair Isle Cowl


So, I had lots of time in a car last week as I traveled around Eastern Pennsylvania with our rep Erlinda (whom has become quite a good knitter) and I had 2 balls of Cloud with me.  I hadn't found the time to be able to play with this lovely yarn very much besides a swatch up to last week.  It is a squishy blend of 70% merino wool and 30% baby alpaca in a crocheted tubular construction.  The yarn has an amazing amount of bounce and energy as does its undyed sibling - Eco Cloud.
So here is the result...


And here is the pattern:



Designed by Shannon Dunbabin
A sqishy-soft, warm cowl.
Size:  Approximately 21” circumference and 8.75” long
Gauge:   4 ½ stitches = 1” on US 10
Materials:
Cloud –( 70% Merino Wool /30% Baby Alpaca; 164 yds/100 g) – 1 skein each of 2 contrasting colors (shown in MC 2122 and CC 2123)
US 10 – 16” -20” circular needle
1 stitch marker

Abbreviations:
K – Knit
P – Purl
K2P2 – Knit 2, Purl 2
MC – Main Color
CC – Contrasting Color

With MC, cast on 100 stitches.  Join to in round (be careful not to twist); Place marker.
[K2, P2] for 1” (6 rounds)
K 1 round

  PATTERN A
Work Pattern A (3 rows by 4 stitches)
K 2 rounds of MC

  PATTERN B
Work Pattern B (7 rows by 4 stitches)
K 2 rounds of MC



 PATTERN C
Work Pattern C (9 rows by 10 stitches)
K 2 rounds of MC





Work Pattern B
K 2 rounds of MC
Work Pattern A
K 1 round of MC
[K2, P2] for 1” (6 rows)
Bind off loosely.
Weave in ends.
And yes - that is one of my son's stuffed animals I used... 

Comments

  1. So excited by this pattern, Shannon, that I almost immediately cast it on! One error however, on the description of Pattern C, it should say "Work Pattern C (9 rows by 11 stitches)..." not 9 rows by 10 stitches.

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  2. I take back my previous comment!

    The statement "Work Pattern C (9 rows by 10 stitches) is correct.

    The chart, however, for Pattern C has a column for stitch #11, which should not be there. If you take out that column, then it matches your pictures.

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