K12tog March Project - Pi Cowl

K12tog March Project - Pi Cowl

This nerdalicious multi-gauge cowl is a circle made into a circle with stripes knit according to the digits of Pi. Pi (pronounced "pie" and often written as the Greek letter π) is the circumference of a circle divided by its diameter. This ratio is always 3.14159... (with decimals to infinity) no matter how big or small the circle is!

Get the pattern free with any Blue Moon Fiber Arts yarn purchase throuhg 3/14/22! Just add the yarn and pattern to your cart and voila.

Pattern

Pi Cowl by Emily Williams

Yarn

At least 3 skeins(but really as many as you want) of any weight Blue Moon Fiber Arts yarn!

Knit 12 Together with us!

Every month of the year (that's the 12...), we feature an accessible, fun, smaller project to knit, suggesting both a pattern and a yarn to make it with. 

Our suggested projects are just that - suggestions - you're the boss! Substitute yarns or patterns, tackle only projects that speak to you, take a busy month off, or challenge yourself to complete all 12 of this year's projects with us. No matter what, we’re delighted to have you aboard.

See past months' projects.

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