The Beauchamp Cowl is up for sale! And of course, I’ll be donating 50% of the purchase price of this pattern (and all my patterns) to MSF and the Canadian Red Cross for Haiti relief, through the end of January.

Beauchamp Cowl

This fast and fun cowl is snuggly, warm, and a great intro to stranded colourwork knitting to boot! Worked in either fingering weight or DK weight yarn, this is a great project to use up all those little bits of sock yarn or a special fibre.

FINISHED SIZE
19 inches / 48 cm around, 10 inches / 25.5 cm deep

FINGERING WEIGHT VERSION (Shown in Koigu KPPPM)
158 yards / 143 m of main colour (MC). This is the background colour.
84 yds / 76 m of contrast colour (CC) 4 yards / 3.6 m of yarn is used for each CC stripe.
US 2.5 / 3 mm 16 inch circular needle

Gauge: 32 sts and 40 rnds = 4in square

Beauchamp Cowl - DK weight

DK WEIGHT VERSION (shown in Handmaiden 4ply Cashmere)
130 yards / 118 m of main colour (MC). This is the background colour.
65 yards / 59 m of contrast colour (CC)
US 6 / 4 mm 16 inch circular needle

Gauge: 24 sts and 28 rnds = 4in square

Beauchamp Cowl - fingering weight

3 page PDF file includes chart, photos, and instructions on working either a fingering weight or DK weight version of this cowl. This pattern would be great for a first stranded colourwork project!

Available through Ravelry, payment by Paypal (no account is required for either).

$5.00 CAD

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.

4 Responses to “Beauchamp Cowl”

  1. Tanis

    I LOVE all those colours in the fingering weight version. It’s really stunning! You’ve done it again!

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  2. Bruxa

    Hi Laura! I LOVE this pattern! Just as much as I love many of your other patterns, that is ;)

    I’m thinking about buying a copy, but first I’d like to ask you a question: is it easy enough for somebody who has never done a project with so many colors at the same time? the max number of colors I’ve used on a single project at the same time is 2, and I’m afraid to get a bit crazy with so many strands of yarn running through my fingers!

    Thanks for your advice ;)

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  3. corinna

    hi laura
    lovely new pattern
    i have just completed my 2cnd JER scarf
    and have a 3rd one underway
    i feel like a real knitter now
    even hubby has caught the knitting bug!
    i am ready to learn more
    i am thinking mittens or bag
    hmmmmmmmmmmmm
    decisions decisions
    ;0)
    thanks for all your kind assistance
    and of course the best pattern ever!

    Reply

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