This is a PDF knitting pattern
Classic, chic Herringbone is always in, and worked in smooshy luxurious cashmere makes it your to go accessory this fall season - it will blend seamlessly with both casual and dressy clothes!
Pinus is a Latin name for pine, the motif reminded me of pine trees (to which I owe my health) so I had to honor them!
This cowl uses a mosaic technique with only one color worked per round to achieve a colorwork look without the fuss of floats.
I know I am a bit biased, but if you are looking for a special project for your cashmere this fall season, this is it!
The pattern is both written and charted.
Clinton Hill Cashmere Company Bespoke DK
100% cashmere; 125 yards (114 meters) per 50g (1.76oz) skein
Color A: 120 yards
Color B: 120 yards
Sample shown in colors Light Sand (color A) and Onyx (color B)
US#5/3.75mm – 16”/40cm circular needles
US#6/4.00mm - 16”/40cm circular needles
1 marker and tapestry needle
24 sts/32 rows per 4” using US#6/4.00 mm needles in Herringbone mosaic stitch post blocking or size to obtain gauge