It’s no secret that I love cables. Oddly enough though I seem to forget that I do until I work on another project with cables. It would appear that I’ve got a very short memory! Last year I designed a pair of fingerless mittens (Petwerswell Mitts) in Nua Worsted for my knitting tour class. I really fell in love with the cable on it and wanted to use it again.
The interesting thing about this cable pattern is the way it switches between knit and purl in cable crosses. It’s such a simple thing to do but creates a really interesting cable detail. As a knitter this can be easily trip you up if you are flowing along nicely ‘knitting your knit sts and purling your purl sts’. To help with this I’ve added highlights to all of the cables that switch in the chart. I find this really helpful to avoid mistakes!
Peterswell Cowl Details
If you want to get your hands on this cowl you can find the pattern on my website here. If you’d like to get a yarn kit you can find them here. (Note pattern needs to be purchased separately).
Until 14th of July use code CABLELOVE to get 10% off both! (I’ve added the Peterswell Mitts into this discount as well).
This cowl uses a lot of techniques that I’ve got detailed in video tutorials.