A simple, frothy cowl in laceweight worked on larger needles designed to highlight Piper’s incredible airiness, Eddy is worked lengthwise in brioche stitch, with a swoopy, reversible off-center cable. The pattern is given in two sizes to suit the wearer’s preference: A shorter, single loop to float around the neck, or a long loop that can be worn as an infinity scarf or doubled for extra warmth. Either option will feel incredibly light and luxurious—why not knit one of each?
29 (54)" [76 (137) cm] long and 10½ (8½)" [27 (21.5) cm] wide
piper / 2 skeins sweetwater 604 (shorter version) / 2 skeins caracara 607 (longer version)
pair in size US 4 [3.5 mm] / spare needle in size US 7 [4.5 mm] (for bind off) / two spare circulars in size US 1 [2.25 mm] (for picking up live stitches)
28 sts and 56 rows = 4" [10 cm] in brioche stitch with main needles, after wet-blocking
Crochet provisional cast on, three-needle bind off (links provided; brioche stitch, cables.