Palm Springs Cowl Pattern
Palm Springs Cowl Pattern
Palm Springs Cowl Pattern
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Palm Springs Cowl Pattern

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This beautiful design by Kacey is also available as kits in colorways selected by Kacey. You can create your own kit by selecting the sport weight yarns of your choosing. The Main Color should be a 100g skein and the Contrast Color can be either a 50g or 100g skein. If you get two 100g of each color, you can make a second cowl by reversing the Main Color and Contrasting Color. This pattern will be included for free with purchase of the yarn. Please email us to request the pattern.

This pattern we be emailed to you as a pdf document after purchase. If you have any questions or would like your purchased pattern in your ravelry library please email us at hello@ blacksquirrelberkeley.com.

From Kacey:

"It all started with a chart and a swatch. When I design colorwork, I often keep in mind beginner knitters learning to carry two strands at a time, and creating memorizable and readable repeats. This chart was created no differently, with floats short enough they don’t need to be caught. When I reached out to Sarah of The Dye Project, I was elated that she would be providing yarn support. This special collaboration was knit up on a special trip - the sample worked by the pool in Palm Springs, swinging in a hammock and enjoying the sunshine. Named as a reminder of the vacation dreams are made of, Palm Springs is a relaxing colorwork pattern with visually striking results.

The pattern looks great with a Light Contrast Color and a Dark Main Color or vice verse. For your convenience, two versions of the chart are provided - use the version that closely matches your chosen colors, but keep in mind that the same chart is used throughout the pattern."