Tamlyn cowl/hat pattern
You are going to love the versatility of this! Knit one piece and wear it two completely different ways...
The Tamlyn cowl/hat uses simple stitches, greatly detailed and textural. The mechanism to turn your cowl into a hat also serve as an interesting detail when worn as a cowl. Detailed instructions on how to add that mechanism are included. There are color, texture and yarn weight changes, so this makes a great stash busting project or you can get the knit kit HERE.
10 portions of 20 yards each in varying weights, textures and colors totaling 200 yards. You need (an extra 20 yards for the two larger sizes)
Yarn weights used here:
C1 - sport, C2 - fingering C3 - sport, C4 - sport, -C5 - bulky, C6 - sport, C7 - sport, C8 - fingering, C9 - sport, C10 - DK weight, C11 - DK weight (for sizes 22/23” only)
- US size 4 (3.5 mm) circular needle 16" (41 cm) in length
- US size 7 (4.5 mm) circular needle 16" (41 cm) in length
- Stitch marker
- Darning needle
- 4 yards of waxed or hemp cording
- 2 cord stops
Gauge: 10 sts and 14 rows in 2" of stitch pattern in part 1 with sport weight yarn.
Level of Expertise: Advanced beginner
Techniques used: Knitting in the round, knit through back loop, slip stitches with yarn in front, stretchy bind off and adding the waxed cording with cord stops.
Enjoy your Tamlyn!