Olde City cowl is worked in the round on circular needles with the yarn held double throughout. Fisherman’s Ribbing is the simpler cousin to brioche, and will create a wonderful squishy fabric. The project takes 3 skeins of Lucky Tweed. To hold the yarn doubled, wind center pull balls and draw from the inside and outside.
- 3 skeins Kelbourne Woolens Lucky Tweed
- 60″ US#11 circular needles or two shorter US#11 circular needles
- stitch marker
- tapestry needle
- Pattern available here
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