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Topic: Cowl and shoulder warmer  (Read 4929 times)
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« on: February 22, 2013 05:01:16 AM »

Hey everyone!
Hope everybody is having a wonderful day!
I just finished 2 projects this day and I wanted to share them you! I will leave the pattern on how I did both of my projects.



This is a cowl I made with 90% Merino wool 10% Acryl and I combined it with 100% mohair
The pattern goes like this:
Cast on 250 sts and work on the round until you have it on the desired width.



This shoulder warmer I used 100% merino wool and combined it with 100% Mohair I used a 5.0 mm knitting needle.
Cast on 53 sts
row 1. K3, P3 *to and from*
row 2. P3, K3 *to and from* Until you are able to wrap it around your shoulders
bind off and sew both ends
Then pick up the outside sts to form the shoulders, knit and work it as a round for about 10 cm and then knit 10 sts and K2 together.
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