Wrap yourself in all the glamour and elegance of the Art Deco style with this cozy colorwork cowl. Inspired by intricate architectural details of the Waldorf Astoria New York, this floral geometric pattern feels completely at home on a knitted cowl. One of the main tenets of Art Deco was fine craftsmanship and luxury materials. Pick two contrasting colors of yarn and knit up this stranded colorwork beauty. The cowl is knit as a tube and then folded in on itself and grafted together for a doubly warm accessory. Pattern is available on Ravelry and Payhip.
Finished Dimensions Short + Wide:
16” (40.5cm) x 11.5” (29cm) laying flat.
32” (81cm) circumference
Navy and gold cowl in photos is the Short + Wide size.
Finished Dimensions Tall + Skinny:
12” (30.5cm) x 14.4” (36.5cm) laying flat.
24” (61cm) circumference
Black and blush cowl in photos is the Tall + Skinny size.
US 3 (3.25mm) 24” (80cm) circular needle
MC: 690 yds/631m
CC: 465 yds/425m
Navy/Gold sample is Brooklyn Tweed Loft in Old World and Hayloft. Black/Blush sample is Valkyrie Fibers in black and Avocado dyed.
Darning needle for weaving in ends and grafting
Extra needle to hold stitches for grafting
27 sts x 30 rows /4” stranded stockinette
Pattern includes diagrams and videos for help with the crochet chain provisional cast on and grafting the cowl together.
This pattern requires very few float catches when stranding.