Over & Over Cowl & Infinity Loop Pattern from Churchmouse Classics

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  • Churchmouse Classics: Over & Over Cowl & Infinity Loop Pattern

    “Great fun with a cluster stitch.”

    This stitch pattern was discovered in a vintage French knitting compendium. Reminiscent of tiny crocheted granny-square clusters, it's full of 'yarn overs' and 'lift overs,' so the folks at Churchmouse dubbed it "Over & Over." Plus, it's so fun you'll want to knit it over and over again!

    And now you have two gauges to choose from—fingering or chunky weight—as well as two sizes of loop: a 28"/70cm cowl or a generous 48"/122cm loop, long enough to wear doubled around your neck.

    FINISHED SIZES (BOTH GAUGES)

    Cowl: 28 x 8"/70 x 20cm.

    Loop: 48 x 8"/122 x 20cm.

    FINGERING-WEIGHT VERSION


    YARN

    Cowl: 1 skein Sweet Georgia Yarns Tough Love Sock (425 yds/388m). Shown in orange-red ‘Cayenne’.

    Or approx. 220 yds/200m of an equivalent fingering-weight yarn.


    Loop: 1 skein Sweet Georgia Yarns Tough Love Sock (425 yds/388m). Shown in variegated teal/taupe ‘Shipwreck’.

    Or approx. 425 yds/388m of an equivalent fingering-weight yarn.


    NEEDLES & NOTIONS

    Cowl: US 7 (4.5mm) 16"/40cm circular needle, or size to get gauge.

    Loop: US 7 (4.5mm) 24"/60cm circular needle, or size to get gauge.

    Both: One needle 2-3 sizes larger for bind off; 1 stitch marker; darning needle to finish.


    GAUGE

    16 sts = 4"/10cm in cluster stitch in the round (count each cluster as 2 sts).

    CHUNKY-WEIGHT VERSION


    YARN

    Cowl: 1 skein Rowan Cocoon (126 yds/115m). Shown in light grey Color 802 Alpine.

    Or approx. 126 yds/115m of an equivalent chunky-weight yarn.


    Loop: 2 skeins Rowan Cocoon (126 yds/115m each). Shown in blue Color 813 Seascape.

    Or approx. 252 yds/230m of an equivalent chunky-weight yarn.


    NEEDLES & NOTIONS

    Cowl: US 13 (9mm) 16"/40cm circular needle, or size to get gauge.

    Loop: US 13 (9mm) 24"/60cm circular needle, or size to get gauge.

    Both: One needle 2-3 sizes larger for bind off; 1 stitch marker; darning needle to finish.


    GAUGE

    11 sts = 4"/10cm in cluster stitch in the round (count each cluster as 2 sts).