Adventure Du Jour Designs Bridging the Boroughs PDF
Cables, buttons, and
intarsia colorwork combine to create Bridging the Boroughs from Adventure Du
Jour Designs. This unique cowl is worked flat in Valley Yarns Taconic, an
incredibly soft and slightly tweedy blend of Merino and cashmere. The cowl
is knit flat from the bottom up and finished with buttons. Soft, tweedy Valley
Yarns Taconic is a bulky yarn that's named after the Taconic Range, known for
its natural beauty and scenic landscapes. Taconic is a soft blend of Merino
wool and cashmere, with multicolored tweedy flecks that give the finished
fabric a fantastic visual texture. The cable pattern is charted and written out.
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Sizes: One Size
Finished Measurements: 28½” circumference and 6½” tall
Yarn Requirements: Valley Yarns Taconic (70% Merino Wool/ 30% Cashmere;50g/125yds)
MC – 2 balls shown in 514545 Brown Tweed
CC – 1 ball shown in 514518 Oatmeal Tweed
Needles: US 9 (5.50mm) 24” circular
Gauge: 16 sts and 26 rows = 4” in stockinette stitch
This pattern is also available in Adventure Du Jour Designs' Knits in THE City II eBook.