Mokum Cowl KitUrth
"The word Mokum, or 'place', is Amsterdam's version of New York's Big Apple - a nickname indistinguishable from the city it romanticizes." - Matt Lebovic
Named after the city's nickname, "Mokum", a yiddish word that means "place" or "safe haven", this cowl is inspired by everyday life in Amsterdam. The rhythmic geometric motifs are pulled from patterns found around the city from the canals to the lively walls of Amsterdam Centraal.
Designed by Mieka John
Mokum is knit in the round from the bottom up beginning with a Crochet Provisional Cast-on. A folded hem is created with the cast on stitches and the cowl continues in charted colorwork. For a top edge that mirrors the folded hem, stitches are picked up on the wrong side of the work and Kitchener Stitch is used to graft the two rows together, binding off all stitches.
Size: finished cowl measures approximately 11.25" x 12.5" / 28.5 cm x 29 cm
- 1 skein of Urth Harvest Worsted yarn in each of two colors.
- Optional pattern. The pattern can be purchased directly from the designer on ravelry, or you can choose the pattern option and we will purchase a copy for you. Please put your ravelry name in the notes at checkout if you would like for us to have the pattern added to your ravelry pattern library.
Also required, but not included: US #7 24" circular needle.
Note: if we do not have all of the colors for this kit in stock at the store, we will have them shipped directly to you from the Urth Yarns warehouse. That may take up to 2 weeks.