Metamorphosis Cowl Pattern Release

The most lovely of all cowls ever knit. Spring and soft. Organically combines stitch pattern for an easy, non-boring knit. Enjoy!Congrats to Vera in PA for winning the Quince Sparrow. The Architexture Scarf Kit Giveaway is still live, so don’t miss out! Check it out here. Simply comment for a chance to win.

The lovely Metamorphosis Cowl knit in Woolfolk Sno (fingering weight). A perfect knit for all occasions. I cannot express enough how excited I am about this pattern. I just had this feeling from the very first stitch that it would be magic. I love it when I am right! (It happens so rarely.)

The weather is really warming up here (sneaking into the 80s/26.7 C), and I was starting to fret you’d all be sick of cowls and other fowl weather knits by now.

Then I watched the national weather report this morning. Apparently I have nothing to worry about.

Sad to say, those of you in northeastern North America and in northern Europe (and possibly elsewhere) are still suffering in the cold…so knit on! And for those of you nearer to me or lounging about in the tropics (how jealous I am!), enjoying spring in all its (warm!) glory, this fingering weight pattern is a lovely knit for you too. So no excuses!

The lovely Metamorphosis Cowl knit in Woolfolk Sno (fingering weight). A perfect knit for all occasions. Metamorphosis is knit with Woolfolk Sno white/silver colorway (AMAZING YARN!) but any fingering weight yarn will do just fine. Woolfolk can be a bit tricky to come by, but it is worth the search. If there isn’t a stockist near you, Woolfolk allows stockists to vend online as well. Or, go stash diving and see what makes your heart go pitter patter in that very special way.

Metamorphosis blends a simple lace motif with panels of textured knit and purl stitches to shift one stitch pattern into another. This cowl is knit in the round without seaming. Easy peasy! If desired, this piece is long enough to loop twice for a lightweight, cozy accessory.

The lovely Metamorphosis Cowl knit in Woolfolk Sno (fingering weight). A perfect knit for all occasions.Instructions are both charted and written. Measurements are provided in both Engilsh and metric units. The pattern is professionally published in a polished graphic design format and easy to read.

The lovely Metamorphosis Cowl knit in Woolfolk Sno (fingering weight). A perfect knit for all occasions.Metamorphosis is available on Ravelry for $5.00 USD. For those of you who are kind enough (crazy enough?) to be subscribers, check your email for a special discount code for this pattern available only to you as well as a free pattern that I will be releasing to the rest of the world later this week.

I truly hope you enjoy Metamorphosis as much as I do. May it ease your transition into better weather, brighter spirits, or whatever change is needed in your life.

The lovely Metamorphosis Cowl knit in Woolfolk Sno (fingering weight). A perfect knit for all occasions. A very special thanks to my dear and talented friend @Annasofie for modeling my latest works. Linking up with Joining Ginny and reading Fates and Furies. I love the lyrical writing style and wish I could put my knitting own long enough to read more.A heavenly cowl knit in Woolfolk Sno (softest yarn of all time!) Organically combines stitch patterns for a fun, easy, yet non-boring knit. Enjoy.


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  • Reply Donna Fiore April 6, 2016 at 6:24 am

    Very pretty cowl! Congrats on the release. Mother Nature is on your side!

  • Reply fibrefallout April 6, 2016 at 6:32 am

    Gorgeous cowl!!! So soft and I am loving the texture!

  • Reply Amanda Dymacek April 6, 2016 at 6:34 am

    Looks so very cozy! Way to go!

  • Reply Alina April 6, 2016 at 6:47 am

    Congrats on the new gorgeous design! It looks so light, airy and just perfect for spring!

  • Reply Tina April 6, 2016 at 7:04 am

    Such a beautiful design Andrea … love the texture!

  • Reply bonnyknits April 6, 2016 at 7:35 am

    Wow, that’s gorgeous! I love the different textures. This *might* be enough to tempt me into knitting with fingering weight! 🙂

  • Reply Angela April 6, 2016 at 7:36 am

    Gorgeous design! I love it!

  • Reply pumpkin sunrise April 6, 2016 at 9:22 am

    your cowl is stunning!! love the stitch definition and of course the modeling by your friend 🙂

  • Reply Lucy Bowen April 6, 2016 at 10:27 am

    Very pretty and the photography is gorgeous.

  • Reply knittedblissjc April 6, 2016 at 2:44 pm

    what a beautiful cowl, congrats on such a stunning design! It looks wonderful on you, too.

  • Reply itsallaboutpurple April 7, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    i will never grow tired of these knits, i plan on knitting cowls all summer, for christmas gift giving!! you are not the model??? your images are beautiful!!!!

  • Reply Elizabeth Acheson April 10, 2016 at 11:27 pm

    Very nice! I love the combination of stitch patterns

  • Reply Elise April 11, 2016 at 6:55 am

    Oh yeah it’s still freezing here in Scotland, I knit for winter year round! This pattern is so pretty 🙂

  • Reply On Knitting With Young Children - This Knitted Life November 20, 2016 at 4:01 am

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