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Aimée Cowl

I have already mentioned how much I likeVickie Howell Sheep(ish) yarn by Caron! The perfect roving that mix acrylic and wool and enhance the stitches. The color pallete is perfect! And the price is spectacular! I started to swatch with different colors, looking for an elegant curvy horizontal shape and the Aimée Cowl came up! I love the way that the stitch motif creates volumes and depressions that simulate cables! And the I-cord Finishing puts everything pretty well together! I hope that you appreciate this fast knitting project!   You can download Aimée Cowl pattern at Craftsy clicking here and at Ravelry clicking here! Details about the project: The version in Portuguese  is by Maria Leticia Cinto, a generous and very talented friend! Yarn Approximately 456 yds / 418m of worsted yarn or 3 balls of Vickie Howell Sheep(ish)  (3oz/85g – 167 yds/153m). Sample in Taupe(ish) / 0011 Gauge 24 stitches and 28 rows in 4”x4” in stockinette stitch Needles US 7 / 4,5mm straight or circular or needle to match the gauge Tools Waste yarn in contrasting color and tapestry needle Sizes One size Finished dimensions Circumference: 54” Height (widest part): 9 ½”   Notes The project starts with a provisional cast-on, knitted straight and sewn at the end. Slip the first stitch from every row. This will make easier to pick up stitches for the I-cord finishing at both sides of Aimée Cowl. The last row must to be the RS 27th of the chart. After sewing, there’s an I-Cord finishing at both sides of the circumference. The blocking is optional (the sample wasn’t blocked). PeaceKnitandLove...always! Paula
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  1. Oi NIna

    Adorei essa gola, mais um projetinho pra minha “listinha”
    Parabens pela receita e execução

    bjks
    Patty

    February 20, 2012
    • PKL #

      Ai q alegria, Patty! Obrigada pelo apoio carinhoso!
      Estou a disposicao p qq duvida ou detalhe da receita!
      Bjks animadissimas

      February 21, 2012
  2. Márcia #

    Linda !! Estou me guardando para os xales, os seus xales.

    February 21, 2012
  3. susan #

    I am attempting to make this pattern but I seem to end up with 2 extra stitches at the end of the Row 1. I have torn it out and restarted twice now. Any help would be appreciated.

    S

    December 7, 2013
  4. Rebecca Troelstra #

    Hi there

    I have never done an I-Cord stitch and I can’t seem to understand what I’m supposed to do.

    I get that I will cast on the slipped stitches, but then I’m lost. Could you explain better or do you have visuals.

    January 16, 2015

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