Bamburgh Cowl by Maddie Harvey
Exploring the contrast between two gorgeously different Whistlebare yarns, the Bamburgh Cowl features stripes, slipped stitches and simple cables to create a striking geometric pattern. Named after the wonderful Bamburgh Castle, the cowl is knitted in a sophisticated colour palette and its tessellating pattern is reminiscent of the cobbled and tiled floors found in this fairy-tale castle on the Northumberland coast.
The Bamburgh Cowl is a cosy cowl worked side to side in the round to create a double-layered accessory. Stripes, slipped stitches and cables are worked to create a gorgeously satisfying all-over pattern. (3.25mm needles required – not included)
PATTERN AVAILABLE HERE (Ravelry link)
2 mini skeins of Cheviot Marsh 4ply – MC
1 mini skein of Yeavering Bell 4ply – CC – you can see all the colours available here
sample shown in Granite Cheviot Marsh and Causeway Yeavering Bell.
If you prefer a shawl then check out Maddie’s coordinating Bamburgh Scarf pattern, available with the yarn from HERE
Pattern is not included.
How much yarn will I need?
2 minis skeins of Cheviot Marsh.
1 mini skein of Yeavering Bell 4ply.
Using both yarns creates a beautiful texture and contrast.
When you have chosen the colours you like the correct number of skeins will be added to your basket automatically.
pattern not included.
Made with our Cheviot Marsh lambswool 4ply
100% Cheviot and Romney Marsh Lambs Wool.
Cheviot Marsh is a warm, buoyant yarn that only improves with washing and wearing. It is perfect for comforting everyday jerseys that wrap you in love whilst still looking looking smart. Its stitch definition is fabulous, think elaborate cables or colour work in a garment that will fast become a go to staple of your wardrobe, warm, snuggly and progressively softer.
Made with our Yeavering Bell 4ply
A soft and gleaming worsted spun yarn from our own Angora Goats and Wensleydale Sheep. Hand dyed on the farm in small batches of 10 skeins.
80% Whistlebare’s own Mohair, 20% Whistlebare’s own Wensleydale