Technicolor Mosaic Cowl

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Shhh! It’s not fairisle! The amazing “Techni-Cowl” is deceptively simple and fun to work in the mosaic knitting technique. A solid color yarn and Noro work together to fantastic technicolor effect. Try two similar shades for more a monochromatic look or two color changers for a really psychedelic knitting experience!

Knitted in the round, the Technicolor Mosaic Cowl has a fluted base that is shaped by changing to a larger needle size for the last couple of pattern repeats. Since Noro does all the color changing, this project has no finishing or multiple ends to sew in. Specific instruction is given on how to follow a simple chart, so this is a great first-time mosaic knitting project!

Materials:

  • 200 yards of standard worsted weight yarn such as Cascade 220 or Berroco Ultra Alpaca (MC)
  • 2 skeins of Noro Silk Garden or 200 yards of worsted weight color changing yarn with long repeats (CC)
  • 5mm 24”circular needle
  • 5.5mm 24” circular needle
  • stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle

Skill Level:
Easy to intermediate. Specific instructions for mosaic knitting given.

Gauge:
1 motif (14 sts / 26 rows) = 2.5” wide / 2.75” high

Finished measurements:
Approx 23” circumference, 14” depth

Questions or comments? Please contact Ash Kearns or join my Ravelry group, Ash Kearns Handknitting!

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