Ghazal Cowl - by Kat Archer Description
A Ghazal, pronounced ‘huzzle’, is an ancient Persian poem of love. The rhymes repeat in a familiar lilt, much like a sonnet. And the subjects, though always tied to love, are as varied as that most complex of emotions. Unrequited. Romanticized. Illicit.
This cowl’s pattern repeats with a flowing rhythm, making it a simple, enjoyable knit. Yet the options for yarn-weight and length, plus its beautiful blending of variegated colorways, give you endless possibilities. Knit it and fall in love over and over again.
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Worsted weight version: 150-400 yards. Shown in Malabrigo Rios, colorway Candombe.
DK weight version: 170-435 yards. Shown in Malabrigo Rastita, colorway Marte.
Lace weight version: 215-550 yards. Shown Blue Moon Fiber Arts Laci, colorway Smokey Mountain Morn.
Worsted weight: US #9/5.5mm (or size to get gauge) for knitting flat.
DK weight: US #7/4.5mm (or size to get gauge) for knitting flat.
Lace weight: US #3/3.25mm (or size to get gauge) for knitting flat.
Advanced beginner (provisional cast on, grafting).
Short (Medium, Long). Approximately 9" wide and 20 (31, 52)” circumference. Measured after blocking.