A kit to make Feeria - a knitted cowl by Comfort Zone Knits using Martin's Lab yarns.
Each kit includes:
- the yarn: 1 set of Mini Bundle in color of your choice
- Martin's Lab printed cotton project bag,
and one sachet of no rinse wool wash.
THE KIT INCLUDE DIGITAL CODE FOR PATTERN!
Weight - Fingering - 6 x 20 grams
Fibre - 100% 1-ply Superwash Merino
Length - 6 x 73 meters / 80 yards
Even though this yarn is super wash I recommend a cool hand wash in a mild detergent. Although every effort is made to exhaust the dye bath of color you may find a little color bleed on the first wash.
I try to depict the true color of yarn but please remember each monitor will be different.
If you have any questions regarding the color, feel free to drop me an email.
From Ravelry pattern page:
Feeria cowl is a simple but pretty and effective neck warmer. The cowl is knitted in the rounds from top to bottom. Simple stitch patterns such as Garter Stitch and Loop Stitch matched with cool colorful mini skeins make it fun to knit and wear.
Feeria cowl was created to play with colors. It is a perfect piece to use very popular set of mini skeins or just leftovers from other projects. All sections are adjustable in length. You can knit it as written or until your yarn runs out. You can also adjust the cowl in width by casting on any number of stitches divisible by 2.
Choose six colors and knit your Feeria - it will be a perfect accessory for cold, dark and gloomy days.
Circumference 60 cm / 24”
Length: 40 cm / 16”
Both, circumference and length are easy adjustable.
1 set of Martin’s Lab Mini Bundle (100% merino wool; 6 x 73m/80y per 20g) or about 440m/480y of any other fingering weight yarn evenly divided into 6 colors.
Note that the yardage is approximate and depends on gauge.
Pink sample - colorway “No.26”:
C1 – Altair, C2 – For the Love, C3 – Aga’s Wish, C4 – Sophie’s Lips, C5 – Snow Illusion, C6 – Tauri.
Green-brown sample - colorway “No.15”:
C1 – Moss on Wheat, C2 – Dry Leaves, C3 – Ficus, C4 – Lichen, C5 – Linen, C6 – Wheat.
3.25 mm (US #3) circular needles ( 60 cm / 24” long ), or one size smaller than the gauge needles;
3.5 mm (US #4) circular needles ( 60 cm / 24” long ), or size needed to get the right gauge;
3.75 mm (US #5) circular needles ( 60 cm / 24” long ), or one size bigger than the gauge needles.
1 stitch marker, row counter (optional), tapestry needle for weaving ends.
25 sts and 44 rows = 10x10 cm / 4x4 “ - in garter stitch worked in the round with 3.5 mm (US #4) needles, after wet blocking.
Adjust needle size if necessary to get given gauge.