SALE — 25% OFF from now until Nov 30th

NEW PATTERN / Arika Cowl



Let me introduce the Arika Cowl! I am so very excited about this pattern. It's one of those designs that just appeared out of nowhere -- unplanned and unintentional -- those are my favorite. I was in the Beehive waiting to pay when this absolutely electric skein of fuschia Kenzington practically jumped into my arms.

The cowl has a clever construction that transforms it from a short scarf to a kerchief style cowl. It only uses one skein of yarn, making the finished piece very light with very little bulk around the back neck. I adore fringe and love the way it finishes this piece however, the cowl is equally as attractive without if that's not your thing!

This cowl is definitely an all-weather piece. It's effortless to wear and pairs equally well with a denim button-up or a summer tank.


Arika Cowl by Jane Richmond

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One week only get the Arika Cowl 20% off!!!
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Simply enter code ARIKA at check out when you purchase the pattern from my website or Ravelry!


Arika Cowl by Jane Richmond

PATTERN DETAILS

Yarn 
1 skein Kenzington by HiKoo
60% New Zealand Merino/25% Nylon/10% Alpaca/5% Silk Noils
208yds/190m per 100g skein  
OR 208yds/190m bulky yarn
Sample shown in the Pavalova 1000 colourway

Needles 
US 10.5 / 6.5 mm needles

Notions 
Yarn needle
Crochet hook (optional)

Gauge 
14 stitches and 20 rows = 4"/10cm
in Eyelet Ribbing (blocked)

26 stitches and 18 rows = 4"/10cm
in 2x2 Ribbing (unstretched and blocked)

To purchase the pattern view the listing HERE.


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Happy Knitting!



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