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Geometrical Fugue Cowl and Wrist Warmers

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Deceptively quick and easy to make, The Geometrical Fugue Cowl and Wrist Warmers are projects I know you will find worthwhile.

Please follow the stitch-by-stitchrow-by-row directions exactly for best results. If you are not familiar with grafting (kitchener stitch), consult a good knitting magazine, YouTube, or your local yarn shop.

350 yards of DK weight yarn 
29” circular needle #6 plus spare needle to hold sts while grafting 
3 buttons, any size

Wrist Warmers: 
75 yards DK weight yarn 
DP needles #6

Both projects
stitch markers 
a blunt sewing needle with large eye

Begin with the border, work the inner section from the bottom up, kitchener (graft) side and top edges invisibly to the inner section, and voila!  You have a seamless angled piece that, when folded and stitched, and accented with beautiful buttons, becomes a very fashionable cowl.  Wear yours over your favorite top, or over your Geometrical Fugue Jacket and D.K. Geometrical Fugue Jacket for extra warmth. 

This project is a great deal of fun both to knit and to wear. You will need 350 yards of DK weight yarn for the cowl, and 75 yards for the wrist warmers. The gauge in DK yarn is 5 sts = 1” on size 6 needles. You can also achieve different sizes by varying weight of yarn, needle size, or both.

Detailed stitch-by-stitch, row-by-row instructions are provided for this and every pattern. Free shipping within the continental United States