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SAMSTAG, 28. NOVEMBER 2015

Jolly Waves Cowl
With an eye-catching design and beautiful colors this cowl will keep your
spirits up this winter. The gorgeous graphical effect is achieved by the
combination of short rows with a feather and fan pattern.

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Materials
about 220 grams of DK weight yarn in 3 colors, 100 grams of
the main colors each (beige and maroon in the photos - called
MC1 and MC2) and 20 grams of the contrast color (off-white
in the photos - called CC) - this will yield a double length cowl,
i.e. about 125 cm in circumference.

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3.75 mm knitting needles (straight or circular)

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6 stitch markers (2 stitch markers to mark the edges and 4
markers to mark the ends of the short rows - these 4 markers
will be called M1 to M4)

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Provisional CO: My favorite method for a provision CO is the
crochet provisional CO - it is shown in this Youtube video by
New Stitch a Day.
Short Rows with Wrap and Turn (w+t): The technique is
shown in this YouTube video by Very Pink Knits. For this cowl,

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I didn't pick up the wraps because with garter stitch the wraps
hardly show.

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Grafting Garter Stitch: Shown in this YouTube video by New
Stitch a Day. If you want to know all about grafting, please
read the brilliant "Grafting Myths" series on Joni Coniglio's blog
on knittingdaily.com.

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The pattern consists of different short row sections that are divided by a
garter stitch ridge in the neutral color.

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There are four types of section - as shown in the picture above.
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Right Narrow Section

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Left Narrow Section
Right Wide Section and
Left Wide Section.

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The diagram below shows how the short rows stack up for each section
type. Both the photo and the diagram show the RS of the cowl.

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Basically, you knit 4 narrow sections (right-left-right-left) and 4 wide
sections (also right-left-right-left) with a rigde in a neutral color
inbetween. All "right"-sections (i.e. right narrow and right wide section)
are knitted in color 1 (MC1), all "left"-sections (i.e. left narrow and left
wide section) are knitted in color 2 (MC2) - and all contrast ridges are
knitted with the contrast color CC.

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Instructions
Provisionally CO 66 stitches and knit one row with CC - leaving a tail long
enough to graft these 66 stitches in the end and placing the markers as

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follows: k3 pm (edge marker) k12 pm (=M1) k12 pm (=M2) k12 pm (=M3)
k12 pm (=M4) k12 pm (edge marker) k3
Knit a right narrow section as follows:
With MC1
R1 (RS): k all stitches
R2 (WS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from * until
there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R3, R4 (RS, WS): k up to M1, w+t, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb
repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R5, R6 (RS, WS): k up to M2, w+t, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb
repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R7, R8 (RS, WS): k up to M3, w+t, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb
repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R9, R10 (RS, WS): k up to M4, w+t, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb
repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif

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Knit a contrast
ridge as follows
With CC
R1 (RS): k all
stitches
R2 (WS): sl3wyif,
* kfb kfb ssk ssk
ssk ssk kfb kfb
repeat from *
until there are
only 3 sts left,
sl3wyif
Knit a left narow
section as follows
With MC2
R1 (RS): k all

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stitches
R2, R3 (WS, RS):
sl3wyif, kfb kfb
ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb (you're now at M1), w+t, k all stitches
R4, R5 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from *
until you are at M2, w+t, k all stitches
R6, R7 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from *
until you are at M3, w+t, k all stitches
R8, R9 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from *
until you are at M4, w+t, k all stitches
R10 (WS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from * until
there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
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contrast ridge.
right narrow section.
contrast ridge.
left narrow section.
contrast ridge.

Knit a right wide section as follows
With MC1
R1 (RS): k all stitches
R2 (WS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from * until
there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R3, R4 (RS, WS): k up to M1, k6, w+t, ssk ssk kfb kfb, * kfb kfb ssk ssk
ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R5, R6 (RS, WS): k up to M1, w+t, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb
repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R7, R8 (RS, WS): k up to M2, k6, w+t, ssk ssk kfb kfb, * kfb kfb ssk ssk
ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R9, R10 (RS, WS): k up to M2, w+t, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb
repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R11, R12 (RS, WS): k up to M3, k6, w+t, ssk ssk kfb kfb,* kfb kfb ssk ssk
ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif

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R13, R14 (RS, WS): k up to M3, w+t, ssk ssk kfb kfb,* kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk
ssk kfb kfb repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R15, R16 (RS, WS): k up to M4, k6, w+t, ssk ssk kfb kfb, * kfb kfb ssk
ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R17, R18 (RS, WS): k up to M4, w+t, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb
repeat from * until there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
R19, R20 (RS, WS), k3, k6, w+t, ssk ssk kfb kfb, sl3wyif
Knit a contrast ridge.
Knit a left wide section as follows
With MC2
R1 (RS): k all stitches
R2, R3 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, kfb kfb ssk ssk, w+t, k all stitches
R4, R5 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb (you're now at
M1), w+t, k all stitches
R6, R7 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb (you're now at
M1), kfb kfb ssk ssk, w+t, k all stitches
R8, R9 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from *
until you are at M2, w+t, k all stitches
R10, R11 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from
* until you are at M2, kfb kfb ssk ssk. w+t, k all stitches
R12, R13 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from
* until you are at M3, w+t, k all stitches
R14, R15 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from
* until you are at M3, kfb kfb ssk ssk. w+t, k all stitches
R16, R17 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from
* until you are at M4, w+t, k all stitches
R18, R19 (WS, RS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from
* until you are at M4, kfb kfb ssk ssk. w+t, k all stitches
R20 (WS): sl3wyif, * kfb kfb ssk ssk ssk ssk kfb kfb repeat from * until
there are only 3 sts left, sl3wyif
Knit a contrast ridge.

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Knit a right wide section.
Knit a contrast ridge
Knit a left wide section.
Repeat this series of sections (right narrow, left narrow, right narrow,
left narrow and right wide, left wide, right wide, left wide) - always
divided by a ridge in the neutral color - until the cowl is long enough for
you. End with a left wide section.
Put the stitches from your provisional cast-on on a needle and graft both
ends together - 3 sts in stockinette, then 60 sts in garter stitch and the
last 3 again in stockinette stitch. (If you need more detailed instructions
for the grafting part, it's the same that has been used for the Mixed
Wave Cowl on this blog. Follow the link and you'll find detailed instructions
written by Joni Coniglio.
Weave in ends and block.

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Eingestellt von SR um 13:27
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Kommentare:
Einschies blog 28. November 2015 um 22:46
Ist das cool, Du bist echt talentiert, was neue Ideen angeht;-)
Liebe Grüße, Gaby
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SR

29. November 2015 um 09:23

Danke, liebe Gaby. Es freut mich, dass dir meine Ideen
gefallen! Liebe Grüsse!
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Lee Ann 29. November 2015 um 06:50
This cowl is beautiful! Thank you very much for posting it. :)
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SR

29. November 2015 um 09:24

Thanks! Glad you like it!

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Laurie 29. November 2015 um 07:09
Beautiful! Love the pattern! Thank you for sharing the pattern with us
at Snickerdoodle Sunday!
~Laurie
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SR

29. November 2015 um 09:23

Thank you. And thanks for hosting your link party!
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Ellisen 30. November 2015 um 01:16
Lovely. Love it! Eager to try it. Thanks for sharing.
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Caliope Couture 30. November 2015 um 06:29
Der Schal sieht ja toll aus! Großartiges Muster, hoffe ich komme dazu
es mal zu probieren :)
Christina ♥ https://caliope.name
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Pia und Marianne 30. November 2015 um 07:46
Da ist dir wieder ein super Hingucker gelungen!
Wird es eine deutsche Anleitung geben?
Wäre wohl nicht die Einzige, die sich freuen würde...

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Grüessli Pia
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