Miura Cowl

Miura Cowl

Miura Cowl

Miura Cowl

I bought this pattern back in March, when Olga Buraya-Kefelian was generously donating 85% of all pattern sales to Japanese relief efforts. The Miura Cowl has beautiful texture and folds, and knit in Plymouth Earth Hillside Linen, is the perfect weight for the cool spring we’ve been having in Toronto.

I cast on 228 stitches for a longer, infinity-style cowl but check out RobbyRaccoon’s shorter version. Very pretty! I’ll just have to make another one!

[Photos courtesy of Christopher]

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6 Responses to “Miura Cowl”

  1. 1funkyknitwit Says:

    Looks lovely and I love grey it goes with everything :)

    Olga has amazing patterns.

  2. julie Says:

    i like it so much! would be so cozy double-wrapped… might have to make a third longer version like this one.

  3. Elena Says:

    Gorgeous! How did you like the yarn? What an unusual and intriguing fibre combination!!

  4. Laura Michelle Says:

    Thank you!

    Elena, I love this yarn! I picked up a couple skeins in the dark charcoal at The Purple Purl as well, which I used for Michele Wang’s Eternity Scarf. It drapes really beautifully once it’s been blocked — I think it would make an amazing pullover.

  5. luciana Says:

    Olga’s patterns are pretty amazing. I love the texture of the cowl you made. It looks beautiful!

  6. Iveth Says:

    Look so cool and cozy! I love it!

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