Negative Space Chevrons

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Construction: The Negative Space Chevron cowl uses 400 yards of worsted weight yarn to create a fabric that looks like it has chevron stripes. But instead of stripes, yarn overs create a chevron look with negative space. This cowl is generously sized to wrap close around your neck for snugly warmth, or you can just leave it draped or loosely wrapped for a casual, looser look.

Skill level: Intermediate 
Skills needed: Casting on, binding off, knitting in the round, increasing with yarn overs, decreasing by k2tog and ssk.

Size: One size 
Circumference: 60” 
Height: 10” 
Gauge: 18 sts and 30 rows per 4” in stockinette stitch knit flat – Please note that while gauge is not critical to this pattern, knitting at a different gauge may lead to the project requiring more yardage

Materials
US 8 (5.0 mm) 24” circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge 
One skein of Neighborhood Fiber Co.’s Studio Worsted or 400 yards of worsted weight yarn 
Stitch Marker 
Yarn needle 
Scissors

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