In the mood for a quick but lovely knit? Welcome to the the Stonelace Cowl!

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Here are the details:

Tafoni is a type of sandstone that has intricate holes and lacy patterns worn into it. Stonelace is another descriptive term for tafoni.

The Stonelace Cowl incorporates a geometric top and bottom edging, with an Aran Lace and textured body.

An option is included for working a simple garter stitch edging.

Both charts and line by line instructions provided.

One size each version
Cowl with lace (with garter) edging

Finished Measurements
Height with lace edging: 7½“ / 19 cm
Height with garter edging: 8” / 21 cm
Circumference: 25½” / 65 cm

Anzula Luster, 50% merino / 50% silk (405 yds / 370 m per 4.02 oz / 114 g), 1 skein of Saffron. As shown cowl used approx 234 yds / 214 m.

US 3 / 3.25 mm needles or size to obtain gauge

24 sts and 32 rows over 4” / 10 cm in Textured Repeat, blocked into final shape.
See Swatch Section in Pattern Notes

yarn needle
cable needle
1 stitch marker
waste yarn or stitch holder

Knitting in the round, special stitches (directions given), cabling, lace, picking up stitches for version with edging