Kahurangi Cowl

Aroha Knits

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Kahurangi Cowl by Aroha Knits | The inspiration for this piece was an emerald, a highly valued gemstone, as reflected through the sharp geometric lines of the lace pattern. The proverb teaches one to choose a high goal and not to be deterred by anything of lesser importance. As Mystics who knit as a form of self-care, I believe that one of the best ways of self-care is acknowledging one’s self-worth and value.


  • 24 sts and 48 rows over 4 in./10 cm in garter stitch worked flat with US 5 (3.75 mm) and after blocking.
  • One repeat of the lace pattern equals 1.5 in. by 3 in./3.8 cm by 7.5 cm)

Finished Measurements: Circumference: 22 in./56 cm; Depth at deepest point: 21.5 in./54.5 cm

Materials Used: 

  • 300 - 350 yd./275 - 320 m
  • Fingering/4-ply
  • Yak yarn is extremely soft and has a lot of drape, meaning that it will not sit stiffly against the neck. If you wish to use a yarn with more hold and structure, use a merino or other sheep-based fibre.
  • Mon Sheep Shop Haute Joaillerie (Silk 50%, Yak 50%; 200 m/50 g). 2 skeins in Emerald.

Needle Size: US 5 (3.75 mm) size or size needed to obtain gauge, 24-in./60 cm circular needle

Pattern Includes: Written Instructions

Skill Level: Intermediate