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Finished Measurements:

30½” [77.5 cm] circumference, 10½” [26.5 cm] tall

Yarn:

phoebe / 2 skeins Pluto 809 (A) / 1 skein Mercury 801 (B)

Needles:

40" [100 cm] or longer circular needle in size US 7 [4.5 mm] for magic loop method / Spare circular needle in size US 7 [4.5 mm] or smaller for grafting

Gauge:

23 sts and 28 rnds = 4” [10 cm] in colorwork pattern (St st), after blocking

Construction:

Cowl is knitted circularly in a tube, then twisted into a mobius shape. The provisionally cast on stitches are grafted together with the live stitches at the end to make a completely seamless piece.

Skills Required:

Provisional cast on, magic loop, stranded colorwork, Kitchener stitch (links provided); working in the round. Charts and line-by-line instructions included.

strozzi

Alexis Winslow

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"With its fun, rhythmic colorwork patterns, the Strozzi cowl will keep your needles dancing. Worked circularly in a tube, then twisted into a mobius shape, the ends are grafted together into a mesmerizing, seamless piece. The mobius twist effortlessly falls into place around the neck for a perfectly styled look every time." - Alexis Winslow

Finished Measurements:

30½” [77.5 cm] circumference, 10½” [26.5 cm] tall

Yarn:

phoebe / 2 skeins Pluto 809 (A) / 1 skein Mercury 801 (B)

Needles:

40" [100 cm] or longer circular needle in size US 7 [4.5 mm] for magic loop method / Spare circular needle in size US 7 [4.5 mm] or smaller for grafting

Gauge:

23 sts and 28 rnds = 4” [10 cm] in colorwork pattern (St st), after blocking

Construction:

Cowl is knitted circularly in a tube, then twisted into a mobius shape. The provisionally cast on stitches are grafted together with the live stitches at the end to make a completely seamless piece.

Skills Required:

Provisional cast on, magic loop, stranded colorwork, Kitchener stitch (links provided); working in the round. Charts and line-by-line instructions included.