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Inspired by decadent Baroque art from the 16th century, as well as Baroque Pop from the 1960’s. This lavish cowl shifts the focus from fluid, filigree colorwork to a structured flower motif. Worked in the round and seamed closed at the end for no visible floats and an invisible join.


Check out my Jogless Jog for Colorwork video.


Some floats will be up to 13 sts, you may find it helpful to lock floats in-between these longer areas, to keep the right side of the fabric an even tension.


Check out this playlist by Kyle Kunnecke.


One size
Height – 10.5” 26.5cm / Circumference – 29” 73.5cm


This cowl is designed for heavy sport/light DK
I used Spincycle Nocturne (MC) in #Thin Ice & Versus (CC) in #Slow & Steady


Nocturne is 100% Non-Superwashed Merino, Sport Weight / 1 hank equals 50 g / 200 yds (1.7 oz / 183 m)
2 hanks (400yds / 376m)


Versus is 100% Fine Wool, DK Weight / 1 hank equals 50 g / 200 yds (1.7 oz / 183 m)
2 hanks (400yds / 376m)


approx. 24 sts & 24 rows = 4” (10cm) in colorwork


US 5 3.75 mm 16” (40 cm) circular needle
An extra needle of equal or smaller size and length for Kitchener Stitch

US F 4mm crochet hook, 11 stitch markers, tapestry needle, scrap yarn for Provisional Cast-On, scissors


Want something to listen to while you knit?
I’ve put together a special Spotify Playlist just for this cowl.


Tested by - rorythered, insomniacamoeba, readknitrptregret, autumnedengoodman, anwill29, and britt.knit.purl


Tech Edited by idlehandsknitsdht


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