Free Shipping on orders over $200.00 (USA & Canada)



Visit Ancient Arts Yarns + Dye Studio - 607 Manitou Road SE, Calgary, Alberta

Visit Ancient Arts Yarns + Dye Studio - 607 Manitou Road SE, Calgary, Alberta

Visit Ancient Arts Yarns + Dye Studio - 607 Manitou Road SE, Calgary, Alberta


Bragg Creek Cowl Kit

Option: Russian Silver Blue / Au Naturel

Designed by Caroline Sommerfeld

Each kit includes the Pattern and the amount of Yarn required.

This cowl is inspired by my love of Scandinavian knitting and the ways that Scandinavian knitters have incorporated natural elements into their designs. As a Canadian warm outwear is a must, but it's best of all when worn out cross country skiing or snow shoeing in the Rocky Mountains! The main Selbu motif in this cowl captures the mood of softly falling snow drifting among the pines as you pause on the trail, listening to the muted sounds of nature in the winter.

Worked in the round in stranded Stocking stitch, the Bragg Creek Cowl is tall enough to snug it right up around your ears and chin.

Finished Measurements: 
33 cm / 13" high with a circumference of 68 am / 27"

Yarn Requirements: 2 x 100g skeins of Herlig DK, one skein each of the Main Colour and Contrast Colour

The sample shown in the photos is knit in Russian Silver Blue (MC) and Au Naturel (CC)

Colour Options:

  • Russian Silver Blue and Au Naturel
  • Blue Spruce and Pieces of Eight
  • Cerulean and Au Naturel
  • Heart and Au Naturel
  • Just Before Midnight and Au Naturel
Ancient Arts Fibre Crafts Herlig DK
50% Viking Norway Wool / 50% Merino Wool
273 yards / 250 meters per 100g/ 3.5 oz skein
Gauge: 21-24 St / 4" (10 cm) on US 5-7 or 3.75 to 4.5 mm

A download link for the pattern PDF will be sent to you when the Kit is ready to be shipped. It is included as part of the shipping confirmation notice. 

While we make every effort to represent colour accurately, they may vary slightly when viewed on different monitors.

Dyed-to-Order:  Please note that with dyed-to-order yarns you will need to allow up to 2 - 3 weeksfor us to dye and ship your yarn. In addition, while we strive for consistency, due to the hand dye process variations may exist between (and with some colourways within) dye lots. Therefore it is important to order sufficient yarn for your project, and if a uniform result is preferred we suggest alternating skeins. We hope that you will value and appreciate the beautiful and unique creations of the hand dye process and are always happy to assist you in working with hand dyed yarns!