Revisiting : Two Tone Cowl


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I’m so happy to have found the time to revisit this pattern, the Two Tone Cowl! It’s hard to look back on old patterns when you are constantly inspired with new ones, but at the same time I hate to have patterns available using my naturally dyed yarn that I don’t make accessible very frequently anymore.
I reworked this surprisingly simple slip stitch cowl in the amazing SHELTER yarn by Brooklyn Tweed. This worsted weight, woolen spun tweedy yarn has many, many things that I love; bounce, great stitch definition, domestic fiber and a gorgeous flecky colour palette. Essentially the pattern hasn’t changed much except that it is now written in three different sizes; the smallest hugging your neck gently, up to the biggest which can be worn around you neck once for a dramatic drape, or twice (my favourite) for extra cush.

And, wahoo – its still FREE! Download your copy here.

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