Shifting Shadows Cowl pattern

Shifting Shadows Cowl pattern | Twisted
Shifting Shadows Cowl pattern | Twisted
Shifting Shadows Cowl pattern | Twisted
Shifting Shadows Cowl pattern | Twisted

Shifting Shadows Cowl pattern

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The Earth and Moon each cast three shadows (umbral, penumbral, and antumbral) that drift across us to cause different kinds of eclipses. This seed stitch cowl pattern from Twisted blends three colors of lace weight yarn to create a shifting gradient fabric. It's a quick knit - worked flat then either seamed or grafted. This cowl is worked with three strands of lace weight yarn held together.


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Finished Measurements

Width = 8‚ÄĚ/20 cm
Circumference = 54‚ÄĚ/137 cm
Measured after blocking.


20 stitches, 27 rows = 4‚ÄĚ/10 cm in seed stitch.
Measured after blocking. Gauge is not crucial for this pattern, but it will affect finished measurements and yarn usage.

Skill Level

Advanced Beginner (mattress stitch) OR Intermediate (kitchener stitch)


Weight: lace
Amount: 3 skeins of lace weight yarn at 470 yards/50 grams each.

Shown in: Malabrigo Lace. Main Colors: 601 Simply Taupe, 069 Pearl Ten, and 063 Natural.


US #9/5.5 mm knitting needles for working flat - or size you need to get gauge.


Tapestry needle


06/2017 - originally published
10/2019 - updated photos and layout