A Trio of Intermediate Techniques: The Bridewell Cowl
Nina Machlin Dayton's Bridewell Cowl is an intriguing colorwork cowl. This piece is a fantastic way to use two colors together – so many possible combinations! It uses a simple technique, so you are only knitting with one color at a time. Bridewell Cowl also uses several other interesting techniques, including a turned picot hem, a two-color Latvian Braid, and slip-stitch colorwork, to make this unique cowl. A great way to add a pop of color to a drab winter day and learn some new tricks!
Skill Level: Intermediate
Instructor: Nina Machlin Dayton
Date: Thursdays, 4/16, 4/23, 4/30
- Bridewell Cowl pattern (15% discount)
- Depending on the size students choose (small = 21" circumference, medium = 26" circumference, large = 42" circumference, and extra-large = 52" circumference), yarn needs are: 265 (340, 530, 680) yards worsted weight yarn divided as follows between 2 colors: 165 (190, 333, 380) yards Main Color and 100 (150, 200, 300) yards Contrasting Color
- US size 5 and US size 9 circular needles. Size small needs a 16" cable, Medium, a 24" cable, and Large and Extra Large both use a 32" or 40" cable
- One stitch marker
- Tapestry needle to weave in ends
- Knit and Crochet Tool Kit
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