Sunday, September 27, 2009

Brennan

Brennan
Brennan is a cowl or scarf that is suitable for a man or a woman. The cable pattern is a subtle textured pattern on a garter stitch background. The cowl is finished with attached I-cord buttonholes and is worn closed with 3 buttons. The scarf is a wider and longer version without buttons. Tips are provided on how to easily modify the size.
Brennan
Gauge
28.5 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches in cable pattern on #5 (3.75mm) needles
Gauge is not critical for this project

Finished Measurements
Cowl: 6in / 15cm wide x 20in / 51cm long
Scarf: 8in / 20cm wide x 56in / 142cm long

Yarn Requirements
Cowl: DK weight yarn (~123yds / 112m)
I used Knitpicks City Tweed DK (123yds / 112m) per 50g, Poseidon, 1 skein

Scarf (not pictured): DK weight yarn (~400yds / 366m)
I used Delly's Delights Farm O So Soft (650yds / 594m) per 227g, Black, 1 skein
Brennan
This pattern is available as a single download. It is also published in the ebook collection, Homestead Cables.

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3 comments :

Stacey said...

oo, I was just looking for a cowl pattern for dk yarn & this one is just lovely. :)

Bezzie said...

I like that stitch pattern. Very nice. I wish the name was different--I have a coworker with that name and just hearing it makes me twitch.

pat said...

Love this pattern - and it looks especially beautiful in the blue tweed. Is City Tweed soft enough for a sensitive neck???

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