Juko Cowl

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by Olga Buraya-Kefelian

JUKO 縦溝 (jap.) fluted, grooved

Unique texture of the knit fabric created by double brioche stitch pattern is the star attraction of this wonderfully stretchy cowl created using incredibly soft baby yak yarn. The marriage between the both allows you wear and adopt it for the needs you require the most at that moment. Wrap it doubled around your neck, or as a soft snood, or style it as a small capelet on top of your coat for additional cosy factor.

Each kit contains the yarn you will need to complete your project, a digital download code for the pattern and an organic cotton project bag.

NOTE: on our baby yak colors, we only dye on the natural basis, no bleaching or decoloring. Each color will vary from season to season depending on the shade of the natural fibers, making it at times darker and at times lighter. This is the beauty of working with natural fibers and therefore the shade of the sample you see photographed here, might not always correspond to the shade we have in stock or at your local LYS.

Categories:, Number of skeins:

4

Finished Measurements:

Short
32” approximate circumference 13” approximate height
Long
37” approximate circumference 12.5” approximate height

Yarn:

4 skeins mYak Medium,

100% Baby Yak

Needles:

US 8 (5 mm) circular, 24” long (for CO and BO only) US 5 (3.75 mm) circular, 24” long (for main pattern)

Gauge:

16 sts and 48 rounds = 4” in Double Brioche pattern on smaller needle, measured after washing and blocking Note that 48 worked rnds in Double Brioche pattern looks like only 24 rounds, because each stitch is slipped (or the equivalent) on alternate rounds.

Difficulty:

I Can Do It (Intermediate)

Number of skeins:

4

Finished Measurements:

Short
32” approximate circumference 13” approximate height
Long
37” approximate circumference 12.5” approximate height

Yarn:

4 skeins mYak Medium,

100% Baby Yak

Needles:

US 8 (5 mm) circular, 24” long (for CO and BO only) US 5 (3.75 mm) circular, 24” long (for main pattern)

Gauge:

16 sts and 48 rounds = 4” in Double Brioche pattern on smaller needle, measured after washing and blocking Note that 48 worked rnds in Double Brioche pattern looks like only 24 rounds, because each stitch is slipped (or the equivalent) on alternate rounds.

Difficulty:

I Can Do It (Intermediate)

Number of skeins:

4

Finished Measurements:

Short
32” approximate circumference 13” approximate height
Long
37” approximate circumference 12.5” approximate height

Yarn:

4 skeins mYak Medium,

100% Baby Yak

Needles:

US 8 (5 mm) circular, 24” long (for CO and BO only) US 5 (3.75 mm) circular, 24” long (for main pattern)

Gauge:

16 sts and 48 rounds = 4” in Double Brioche pattern on smaller needle, measured after washing and blocking Note that 48 worked rnds in Double Brioche pattern looks like only 24 rounds, because each stitch is slipped (or the equivalent) on alternate rounds.

Difficulty:

I Can Do It (Intermediate)

Number of skeins:

4

Finished Measurements:

Short
32” approximate circumference 13” approximate height
Long
37” approximate circumference 12.5” approximate height

Yarn:

4 skeins mYak Medium,

100% Baby Yak

Needles:

US 8 (5 mm) circular, 24” long (for CO and BO only) US 5 (3.75 mm) circular, 24” long (for main pattern)

Gauge:

16 sts and 48 rounds = 4” in Double Brioche pattern on smaller needle, measured after washing and blocking Note that 48 worked rnds in Double Brioche pattern looks like only 24 rounds, because each stitch is slipped (or the equivalent) on alternate rounds.

Difficulty:

I Can Do It (Intermediate)

Number of skeins:

4

Finished Measurements:

Short
32” approximate circumference 13” approximate height
Long
37” approximate circumference 12.5” approximate height

Yarn:

4 skeins mYak Medium,

100% Baby Yak

Needles:

US 8 (5 mm) circular, 24” long (for CO and BO only) US 5 (3.75 mm) circular, 24” long (for main pattern)

Gauge:

16 sts and 48 rounds = 4” in Double Brioche pattern on smaller needle, measured after washing and blocking Note that 48 worked rnds in Double Brioche pattern looks like only 24 rounds, because each stitch is slipped (or the equivalent) on alternate rounds.

Difficulty:

I Can Do It (Intermediate)

Number of skeins:

4

Finished Measurements:

Short
32” approximate circumference 13” approximate height
Long
37” approximate circumference 12.5” approximate height

Yarn:

4 skeins mYak Medium,

100% Baby Yak

Needles:

US 8 (5 mm) circular, 24” long (for CO and BO only) US 5 (3.75 mm) circular, 24” long (for main pattern)

Gauge:

16 sts and 48 rounds = 4” in Double Brioche pattern on smaller needle, measured after washing and blocking Note that 48 worked rnds in Double Brioche pattern looks like only 24 rounds, because each stitch is slipped (or the equivalent) on alternate rounds.

Difficulty:

I Can Do It (Intermediate)

Number of skeins:

4

Finished Measurements:

Short
32” approximate circumference 13” approximate height
Long
37” approximate circumference 12.5” approximate height

Yarn:

4 skeins mYak Medium,

100% Baby Yak

Needles:

US 8 (5 mm) circular, 24” long (for CO and BO only) US 5 (3.75 mm) circular, 24” long (for main pattern)

Gauge:

16 sts and 48 rounds = 4” in Double Brioche pattern on smaller needle, measured after washing and blocking Note that 48 worked rnds in Double Brioche pattern looks like only 24 rounds, because each stitch is slipped (or the equivalent) on alternate rounds.

Difficulty:

I Can Do It (Intermediate)

Number of skeins:

8

Finished Measurements:

37” approximate circumference 12.5” approximate height

Yarn:

8 skeins mYak Medium,

100% Tibetan Cashmere

Needles:

US 8 (5 mm) circular, 24” long (for CO and BO only) US 5 (3.75 mm) circular, 24” long (for main pattern)

Gauge:

16 sts and 48 rounds = 4” in Double Brioche pattern on smaller needle, measured after washing and blocking Note that 48 worked rnds in Double Brioche pattern looks like only 24 rounds, because each stitch is slipped (or the equivalent) on alternate rounds.

Difficulty:

I Can Do It (Intermediate)

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