Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

The two-toned Hotham Cowl illustrates the line where the horizon meets the sea. Deep texture in bulky Hinterland Watershed creates a soft but tactile fabric, making it warm and delightful to wear. Hotham is worked in the round without shaping, utilizing a repeating stitch pattern that is easy to memorize. Beginner and experienced knitters alike will be satisfied with this quick and toasty accessory.

GAUGE
Using US 11 / 8mm needles, 13 stitches and 16 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stitch pattern.

YARN
Hinterland Watershed, 50% Rambouillet, 50% Alpaca, 150 yards / 137 meters per 112g / 3.95oz skein
C1: 1 skein (shown in “meadow”)
C2: 1 skein (shown in “snow”)

OR

Super bulky weight yarn
C1: 115 yards / 105 metres
C2: 115 yards / 105 metres

NEEDLES
US 11 / 8mm 32” circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge.

NOTIONS
Stitch marker

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
1 size
Circumference: 28” / 71 cm Height: 12” / 30.5 cm

SKILL LEVEL
Difficulty: beginner
Skills required: long tail cast on, working in the round, modified B 

 Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

 Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland