Dunegrass Cowl Kit
Swish, swish, swish. By the end of September, the wind along the Big Water has increased in intensity, and the temperatures have dipped enough in the mornings and evenings to start pulling out mid-weight accessories. Our family was out at Good Harbor last night (yes, the water is still warm enough for swimming!) and the lakeside breezes were whistling through the dunegrass and the gentle waves were lapping the shoreline and the sun was sinking behind Alligator Hill and all was right with the world. After we hopped out of the water, I wished I had a little something with me to cut the chill…and this floaty infinity cowl would have been perfect. 76″ in circumference (and 7″ deep), it’s long enough to wrap once, twice, even three times around your neck–without adding bulk. Knit from ethereal mohair and Merino with a very simple (easy to memorize!) allover pattern, this cowl might just be the thing for the ladies on your Christmas list.
Our sample is shown in Quince & Co. Piper in San Angelo, a soft, dusty green, but you can choose any of the colors below for a different look. This special yarn is 100% grown in Texas, so each of the colors are named after Texas towns.
Each kit will make one infinity-style cowl and includes an easy-to-read pattern, one skein of Quince & Co. Piper.
Only interested in the pattern? Find the PDF here.