This design features fair isle knitting in two-color yarns. This an engaging project for a knitter starting to work on Fair Isle designs as two color yarns are easy to manage and a more experienced one. The design of this cowl is inspired by the art I grew up loving and admiring in Colombia. Knit from the bottom up, in the round, and seamlessly.
Please note that purchasing from this listing will give you the PDF of the knitting pattern to make your own Esteban Cowl. This is not a physical product.
The Esteban Cowl is worked following Charts. Written instructions are not provided.
One size that fits most women and men.
The PDF includes instructions to make the cowl, and the needed materials. Charts are provided to knit the cowl.
Intermediate. (Techniques are: knit, purl, Fair Isle knitting, and join and knit in the round).
This pattern uses Worsted weight yarn in two colors. Main Color: (183yds/ 167m / 74g) Contrasting Color: (127yds/ 116m / 51g)
Woolstok Worsted from Blue Sky Fibers (100% Fine Highland Wool; 370yds / 338m / 150g). I worked with the colors: Midnight Sea and Driftwood.
Size US 5 / 3.75 mm – 24”/ 60 cm circular Size US 6 / 4 mm - 24”/ 60 cm circular
More details about materials are included in the PDF of the pattern.
Downloading the PDF of the pattern is available right after purchase.
This pattern and pictures may not be shared, reproduced, or sold. You may sell the finished piece by tagging me as the designer and use the hashtag #estebancowl while you show your work on it so I can see it and show your work in my Stories on Instagram.
To read more about the inspiration behind this piece, you are more than welcome to go to my Blog on my Website.
I look forward to seeing how you work on your Esteban Cowl. Don’t forget to tag me on Social Media and follow my work to see what is new at Yessy’s Designs.