Quinn Fisherman’s Rib Cowl Designer Knitting Pattern
Quinn Fisherman’s Rib Cowl Designer Knitting Pattern

Quinn Fisherman’s Rib Cowl Designer Knitting Pattern

Regular price $ 7.00

Worked in the fisherman’s rib stitch you have all the nice benefits of brioche-style knitting but in a simple, loveable 2-row repeat.

Designer Knitting Pattern
Each of the nine colorways results in a cowl that is both beautiful and very cozy.

This yarn is the result of an international love affair between a colorful German and an elegant Peruvian. Zauberball Crazy and Sueño DK are a perfect couple. Each of the dual plies of Zauberball Crazy are dyed in distinctive variegations before being twisted together. The color blending is seductive. While the pairing of superwash merino and bamboo makes for a Peruvian yarn that you simply can’t resist.

Knitting Help
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Zauberball Crazy from Schoppel

  • 75% Superwash Wool, 25% Nylon
  • 459 Yards/100 grams
  • US 0-4 needles
  • Approx. 6.5 stitches per inch
  • Sport/Fingering

Sueño DK from HiKoo

  • 80% Superwash Merino Wool, 20% Viscose from Bamboo
  • 255 yards/100grams
  • US 3-7/3.25-4.5mm needles
  • Approx. 5-6 stitches per inch
  • DK Weight

Skeins Needed for Quinn:
1 each of variegated and solid color yarns

Gauge for Pattern:
19 stitches and 20 rows = 4”/10cm on US 7/4.5mm

Suggested Needles and Notions: 

  • US 7/4.5mm 24”/60cm needles*
  • Stitch markers

*or size needed to obtain gauge

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Sophisticated, elegant, stylish, chic. After seeing James’ collection, I may give up needlepoint.

Patsy A.

These designs take men's sweaters to a whole new level of luxury and deliciousness. Might have to get a new man once my divorce goes through, just so I can knit him a James Cox Knits sweater.

Florence Q.