Attabi Wrap and Cowl

The woven stitch wrap and cowl now have a name!

Attabi Wrap

An easy to knit rectangular wrap with an intruiging woven stitch and contrast border. Little pops of colour perk up a stockinette stitch wrap. The Attabi wrap is knit with DK weight yarn at a loose gauge, giving you a drapey, open fabric. Surprisingly quick to knit up and perfect for solid or handdyed yarns.

Finished Measurements: 62 inches / 158 cm long, 14 inches / 35.5 cm wide

colour A: 250 yards / 228m DK weight yarn colour B: 500 yards / 460m DK weight yarn
Shown in Tanis Fiber Arts Yellow Label DK weight (100% superwash merino; 260 yds / 238m per 4 oz / 115 g skein) in Plum and Fleece Artist Woolie Silk 3ply (65% wool, 35% silk; 250 yds / 230m per 3.5 oz / 100g skein) in silver
US 8 / 5mm circular needle, 32 inches / 80cm or longer tapestry needle

17 sts and 24 rows = 4 inches / 10 cm square in Stockinette Stitch

Attabi Wrap

Attabi Cowl


An easy to knit, cozy cowl with an intriguing woven stitch. Little pops of colour perk up a stockinette stitch background. The Attabi Cowl is knit with small amounts of soft, luxurious worsted weight yarn. Super quick to knit up and perfect for solid or handdyed yarns.

Finished Measurements: 18 inches / 46cm in circumference, 9.5 inches / 24cm long
For a larger cowl, you can cast on any even number – make sure you have more yarn if you want to make it bigger!

colour A: 65 yds / 60m worsted weight yarn colour B: 88 yds / 80 m worsted weight yarn
Shown in Bijou Basin Bijou Spun (50% yak down, 50% cormo; 150 yds / 136m per 2 oz / 57g skein) and Devon Fine Fibres DK Cashmere (100% cashmere; 110 yards / 100 m per 1.75 oz / 50g skein)
US 8 / 5mm circular needle, 16 inches / 40cm long or double pointed needles tapestry needle

16 sts and 24 rounds = 4 inches / 10cm square in Stockinette Stitch

Attabi Cowl

Each pattern is a 2 page PDF. They’re available separately for $5 CAD each, or together for $7.50 – save 25%!
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Note: As of July 5, 2010, sales tax will be added to this price for all Canadian residents only. The rates are: British Columbia 12%; Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador 13%; Nova Scotia 15%; and everywhere else in Canada 5% GST. Tax will be added in the Paypal payment process.



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13 responses to “Attabi Wrap and Cowl”

  1. Jocelyn Avatar

    Beautiful pieces!

  2. Karli Avatar

    these are gorgeous! Id like to purchase but have never worked with multiple colors of yarn in knitting. Is it fairly easy to do?

  3. Misty Avatar

    Wow, I love these! They are going on my pattern wish list for Christmas. :)

  4. Kayten Avatar

    I have come to the conclusion that , in addition to being brilliant, you never sleep. I’ve been spinning since Rhinebeck and have yet to knit the Sagano shawl. Soon…

  5. Rachel Avatar

    They turned out so nicely. How did you name them?

  6. Saffron Avatar

    Absolutely gorgeous! Already in my queue!

  7. Seanna Lea Avatar

    I love these. They look super easy, which after a long day at work is about all I’m good for!

  8. […] Laura Chau (cosmicpluto knits)? Oh. My. Goodness! It’s gorgeous! It’s called ‘Attabi Wrap ‘. It’s knit with US size 8 (5.0 mm) needles with DK weight yarn. It’s knit in […]

  9. Jane Avatar

    Oooh, I love the cowl version!

  10. […] though I can’t remotely start a new project, when I bought the crochet pattern, I bought the Attabi set – both the Cowl and the wrap. The woven stitch is very easy and basic. I think a beginner would […]

  11. jane Avatar

    Been too crazt to do much blog surfing and hadn’t gotten to you for awhile. WOW!!! I just ordered them. I am tickled to see how cool this stitch variation is and thrilled it doesn’t require brain surgery.

  12. […] Attabi Wrap – Some handspun yarn I just bought cried out to be part of this shawl. I will have to buy some yarn to be a contrasting color. […]

  13. […] and waiting for the hospital to remember that the surgery was an emergency I had cast on an Attabi cowl with lustrous merino-silk yarn in burnished gold and regal purple. The yarn was soft, inelastic. […]

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