Scarves and shawls

Sirkel cowl

Designed by Talitha Kuomi

The design started with a question: just how streamlined & modern a piece could stockinette stitch be sculpted into? sirkel uses outside-the-box construction to create a fabric that holds its architectural shape without help from wires or interfacing.

Yarn: 1 large or 2 small skeins Solitude Wool Targhee 2.  Plus approx 25 yards Solitude Wool Targhee 2 in a contrasting color

Size: Inner Ring: 3.25″ / 8.5 cm high x 24″ / 60cm around     Outer ring 3.5″ / 9cm high x 28″ / 71cm  around
Needles: Size 8 (US)/ 5 mm circular needle in 16-24: / 40 to 60 cm length (or size to obtain gauge)     Us 4 / 3.5 mm 16″ to 24″ circular knitting needle for picking up stitches

Notions: stitch market, tapestry or yarn needle

Level of difficulty: Intermediate

Skills: working in the round, three-needle bind-off, changing colors, picking up stitches

Sirkel cowl pattern

Sirkel cowl pattern

PDF, $5.00 ( Available)


Cobbled wrap and scarf pattern

Designed by Laura Chau

This easy wrap is a fun opportunity to pair a beautiful hand painted yarn with a coordinating solid color.

The simple garter stitch lace pattern opens up the fabric and biases naturally, for an interesting parallelogram shape. It’s worked lengthwise on a circular needle to accommodate the large number of stitches.

The scarf version uses just one skein of each color; the generously‐sized wrap uses two skeins of each color.


Scarf: 13×72″/33×183 cm Wrap: 22×90″/56×228.5 cm, blocked
Note: Photos show the Wrap version. Stitch counts for Wrap are in parentheses within the instructions.


1(2) skeins in each of two colors of Solitude Wool Coopworth Sport
(100% Coopworth wool), 340 yds/310m per

3.5 oz/100 g in a solid (MC) and a hand-painted (CC)


US 7/4.5mm circular knitting needle in 32″/80cm length or longer


Tapestry needle


13 sts and 38 rows =
4″/10 cm square in pattern


Knitting Purling Yarn overs Decreases

Cobbled wrap and scarf pattern

Cobbled wrap and scarf pattern

PDF, $5.00 ( Available)


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