Knitted Madeira Mesh Cowl

Introducing the Knitted Madeira Mesh Cowl, a stylish and versatile accessory that will add a touch of elegance to any outfit. This beautifully crafted cowl is made using the intricate technique of knitting, resulting in a unique and eye-catching design. The Madeira Mesh pattern adds a delicate and airy texture to the cowl, making it perfect for both casual and formal occasions. The Knitted Madeira Mesh Cowl is not only fashionable but also incredibly cozy. The soft and warm yarn used in its creation ensures that you stay snug and comfortable, even on chilly days. The cowl is designed to be worn around the neck, providing an extra layer of warmth and protection against the elements. Its generous size allows for various styling options, whether you prefer to drape it loosely or wrap it snugly around your neck. With its timeless design and superior craftsmanship, the Knitted Madeira Mesh Cowl is a must-have accessory for anyone looking to elevate their winter wardrobe.

Yarn: Berroco Linsey (64% Cotton, 36% Linen; 114 yards [105 meters]/50 grams); #6556 Shell - two skeins

Needles: One 24" circular needle in size 6

Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch marker or yarn scrap to mark end of round

Gauge: 21 stitches = 4 inches

Cast on 144 stitches, place marker, and join in round. Next, knit one set-up row in a knit one, purl one design. Finally, it's time to begin the main pattern, which is Madeira Mesh from page 151 of Barbara G. Walter's A Treasury of Knitting Patterns, and goes as follows:

Rows 1, 3, & 5: * yo, p3tog, yo, k3; rep from *

Rows 2, 4 & 6: * yo, k3tog, yo, p3 *

Rows 7, 9, & 11: * k3, yo, p3tog, yo *

Rows 8, 10, & 12: * p3, yo, k3tog, yo *

Knit all rows of pattern four times in total, or until desired length is reached. Knit a final row in a knit one, purl one design. Bind off loosely, tuck in ends. Guess what? You're done!

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