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Green Falling

Like I wrote last week, even I managed to finish a cowl for the Free Falling KAL. I have a tendency to get really excited at the start of a KAL and then peter out towards the end. This time I persevered and finished with even time to spare. Just one day but hey, that's still time!

For my second Free Falling I picked green, black, and gray colors. All were leftovers from previous projects, such as Interleaved and In the Weeds socks, or the upcoming Pontefract cardigan.

Free Falling :: cowl knitting pattern

This time I wanted to use one of the suggested lace patterns that I didn't knit in the original sample: the Ear of Corn lace. I think it was very suitable for the olive green yarn I'd picked.

Free Falling :: cowl knitting pattern

Ribbing and the garter stitch dividers were done in gray sock yarn. I used black tweed for the honeycomb lace I love so much, and just black-and-green striped sections in between.

Free Falling :: cowl knitting pattern

In the end I threw this crazy stripe with teeny, tiny leftover balls I wanted to get rid of. And my favorite part? That neon green section!

Free Falling :: cowl knitting pattern

  • Pattern: Free Falling by Susanna Winter

  • Yarn: approx. 530 m / 580 yd of fingering-weight leftovers

  • Needles: 4.0 mm

 

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Free calling is a multi colored cowl with lots of different textures and stitch patterns. Play with colors, stripes, textures, and lace to knit the cowl you love. Use the stitch patterns provided or riff off with your own creations. The pattern includes round by round instructions and a generalized recipe you can use as a basis for your freestyle cowl. A great pattern for scraps, leftovers, mini skeins, unicorn tails, and stashbusting! #knitting #knit #knittingpatterns #talviknits #cowl

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Susanna Winter is a knitwear designer, creating timeless and elegant pieces with clean lines. She has been knitting for over 20 years, knit blogging since 2007, and designing knitting patterns professionally since 2016.

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