The yarn over patterning symbolizes thefruitfulness of the season and the surrounding cables are a reminder that it is also the season that marks the start of the darker winter days that need a warm scarf to wrap up in.
Echoview Fiber Mill Ranger Merino Yarn (90% American Merino wool, 10% locally sourced Rambouillet wool; 265 yds [242 m]/100g [3.5oz]): color Kingfisher Green 7 balls (for scarf), 2 balls (for Small Cowl), 4 balls (for Large Cowl)
Thanks to Deepa for knitting the sample and to Echoview Fiber Mill for sponsoring the yarn!
Size US 6 (4 mm): straight
Or size needed to obtain gauge
25 sts and 34 rows = 4” [10 cm] in Cable patternafter wet blocking.
22 sts and 30 rows = 4” [10 cm] in St st after wet blocking.
Small (Large) Cowl: 28 (46)” [71 (117) cm]circumference and 11” [30cm] wide
Scarf: 79.5” [202cm] long and 12” [30cm] wide
Tapestry needle, 2 stitch markers (optional), waste yarn for provisional CO, cable needles.
About the Designer: Annika Andrea Wolke
Annika is a knitting designer with an ever-growing collection of hand knitted shawls. Originally from Germany, she is now living in Yorkshire, a part of England with a rich textile history and many sheep. Annika learned to knit at university and since then she has hardly been seen without knitting needles in her hands.
Designer Profile: ravelry.com/designers/annika-andrea