Weather the Storm Cowl

Weather the Storm Cowl - on model






Weather the Storm Cowl - Detail Shot






Weather the Storm Cowl - on model






Weather the Storm Cowl - Model Standing






Inspired by all the storms this summer, weathered by so many people.
A cowl shaped hug, from me to so many of you, whom I look up to and adore.

We all seem to have had a rough go this summer, physically, emotionally and even weather wise (“It’s raining! Must be knit night!”). We’ve lost friends and family, homes in real life and online… through the storm, there is always hope. We just need to remember to hold out for our rainbows.

The cowl can be worn long, or doubled up. You can choose to drape it so that hints of the rainbow are showing or hide it so you can just enjoy the glint of your beaded raindrops. The rolled edges soften and ripple, just like the passing storm clouds.


  • Georgian Bay Fibre Co. Kilcoursie Fingering in Zhiishiib Rock Granite (approx. 335 yds used)
  • Fleece Artist BFL Socks in Do It All Downtown (approx. 25 yds used)

US 5 / 3.75mm

24 sts & 28 rows = 4 inches, in pattern

Finished Dimensions
7 inches / 17.8cm wide & 48 inches / 122cm circumference


  • I-cord
  • Simple lace (p2tog, yo)
  • Beading (optional)

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