The Coronado Cowl was just released this week (tip: newsletter subscribers get a discount this week only!).

It’s worked in scrumptious Stitch Sprouts Yellowstone (which I keep wanting to call Yosemite, because that’s one of my favorite places in California!).

You can work it with the edging, or without: your choice! Check out the gorgeous projects from my testers here.

Details below!

This pattern uses vintage stitch patterns (Bee Stitch and Honeybee Lace Stitch from Barbara Walker) to create a lightweight, lacy cowl. Work it with or without the lace edgings.

One size each version
Cowl without edging
Cowl with top/bottom edging

Finished Measurements
Circumference 23” / 58 cm
Height 6 (11)” / 15 (28) cm

Stitch Sprouts Yellowstone, 80% wool / 10% silk (285 yds / 260m per 3.55 oz / 100g), 1 skein, shown in Old Faithful. Sample as shown used 257 yds / 234 m.

US 5 / 3.75 mm needles or size to obtain gauge
Your choice of circular needles or DPNs.

26 sts and 32 rounds = 4” / 10 cm in main body pattern

5 stitch markers to separate repeats if desired
1 unique stitch marker for beginning of round
yarn needle
waste yarn or stitch holder

Knitting in the round, special stitches (directions given), lace, picking up stitches
Both charts and line by line instructions provided.