Introducing: Bold Streak Cowl

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Happy Spring everyone! After designing a string of hats I thought it was time to show the neck some love too. Well, the calendar says that Spring is now upon us so it's time to start sprucing up the old wardrobe a bit. The Bold Streak Cowl is a great transition piece since it's still rather warm, being that it's made from wool, but also has that pop of color that brings to mind nature in bloom.

The cowl is knit in the round on circular needles to eliminate seaming. It's made from Cascade 220 yarn in the colors Silver Gray and California Poppy. You can of course use any Worsted weight yarn you wish for it. You can even substitute cotton or an acrylic blend which would further make it warm weather friendly.

 
The cowl is actually a breeze to knit and is even customizable. The pattern also includes instructions in case you want to add even more bold streaks to your cowl. The cowl consists of Garter stitch with a block of double moss stitch sandwiched in between. If you can knit and purl, you can make this cowl. :)

Here's what it looks like in a solid shade without stripes:



The pattern is available on Ravely here or you can

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