Short Description: A tying cowl (or wrap or scarf) with i-cords and eyelet holes, in a squishy cabled pattern for bulky to super bulky weight yarns.
Gauge: any gauge in bulky to super bulky weight ranges (or use a finer weight to make it as a headband or narrow scarf)
Finished Measurements: size depends on gauge and sizing choices; samples range 13-16 inches / 33-41 cm wide, 31-52 inches / 79-132 cm long (not including i-cords)
Materials Used: bulky or super bulky weight yarn, yardage varies extremely because piece can be any length (white sample used 360 yards bulky yarn held triple stranded; orange sample used 478 yards aran weight yarn held triple stranded; green sample used 132 yards super bulky weight yarn)
Needle Size: circular needles sized to work with your yarn
Pattern Includes: written pattern, repeating stitch pattern charted, several photos including samples lying flat, sizing and technique notes
Skill Level: adventurous beginner / intermediate
Other Details: The cowl/wrap can be worn many different ways, as the i-cord ends can be woven through any of the eyelet holes all throughout the piece. It can be made more wide as a wrap, or more narrow and extra long as a scarf, by choosing yarn weight/gauge and size accordingly.