Way oh way back in October when I went to Rhinebeck, I got to talking to Kim of Indigodragonfly about yarns, designing and patterns. We were comparing the yardage of what was needed for my Reunion Cowl for her MCN Lace. We chatted about it while we were in the car before I got dropped off at the train station and hatched a wee plan. As I grabbed my things out of the trunk I grabbed* a skein of Kim’s yarn and as soon as I got back to Toronto, I got cracking.
I’ve had a lot of people saying that they love the Reunion Cowl pattern, but that the stitch count is way beyond them. I generally counter by saying that this pattern is an easy knit, it just takes a long time. However, Kim and I decided that it would be nice to have a medium size that works perfectly with one skein of a gorgeous yarn. So we made it happen. A medium Reunion Cowl was born.
A few weeks ago I met up with my friend Nick and got him to take some pictures of me wearing it for you all to see. The medium is still big enough to double around or to wear as a scarf.
Here’s the details. The pattern has been updated to include a medium size. Everyone who has bought one should receive an email with a link to the updated PDF. The medium size takes one 115g skein of MCN Lace or similarly weight yarn. You can download the pattern by clicking on the button below.
In celebration of the release and new partnership Kim has agreed to do a giveaway! Post a comment here (one per person) and we will pick a random person on Dec 31. The prize will be one copy of the pattern and a skein of MCN Lace in the colourway of your choice.
*With permission of course!