A kit to make Nisaba - a knitted cowl by Asja Janeczek using Martin's Lab Aubrey Sport (3 skeins).
Each kit includes:
- 3 skeins of Aubrey Sport in color of your choice,
- a printed copy of "Homecoming" book curated by Martin's Lab containing the instructions for the cowl and 10 more designs by various designers.
- Martin's Lab printed cotton project bag,
and one sachet of no rinse wool wash.
The pattern is inside the Stillness book.
From Ravelry pattern page:
Named after the Sumerian goddess of grain and harvest, and inspired by memories of childhood vacations spent exploring sun-dappled paths and winding streams through seemingly endless fields, this cowl reflects the intricacy of nature in its distinctive and engaging textured pattern, and adds a versatile, fun-to-wear piece to any wardrobe.
Finished circumference: 125 cm/50”.
Depth: 35 cm/13.75”.
3 skeins of Aubrey Sport by Martin’s Lab (55% SW BFL, 45% Silk; 300 m/328 yds per 100g). Shown in colorway Banyan.
4.0 mm/US 6 or size needed for gauge;
80 cm/32” circular needle
1 stitch marker, waste yarn in contrasting color, crochet hook similar in size to working needle, 2 dpns (smaller than working needle), tapestry needle
19 sts and 36 rows/rnds = 10 cm/4” in Garter stitch, after blocking
6 sts and 22 rows = 2 x 6 cm/0.75 x 2.5” in Ear of Grain pattern (1 pattern repeat)
The gauge isn’t crucial on this project, but differences will affect the finished size as well as the required yardage.