n. a long line of raked hay or sheaves of grain laid out to dry in the wind.
A brioche cowl whose increases and decreases create the lines and furrows of a field at harvest.
22” circumference, 9 1/4” depth
Approximately 320metres of Worsted weight yarn
One 16-32” circular needle in size US 7 (4.5 mm) (Note: the fabric created is very malleable, and can stretch to longer
needle lengths than circumference)
or size needed to obtain gauge
17 sts and 42 rows = 4” 10 cm in pattern
Pattern includes both written and charted instructions. Skills needed include working in the round, increasing, decreasing, and cabling.