Hi Marla! For sure – provide me with your Rav ID and I will send it to you.
Re: pattern errors – please do email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with anything you find so I can create errata if needed.
The February Club pattern, Forty Shades of Green, has been added to my Ravelry store :) Link here!
Originally developed for The Blue Brick’s February yarn club, “Forty Shades of Green” is a one-skein cowl that is knitted sideways and then seamed. Flowing celtic cables run lengthwise along the cowl, framed by a smaller cable below and a moss stitch background. The stitch definition of our Escarpment DK lends itself to the cablework beautifully.
Don’t be intimidated by those cables; they are less complicated than they look and the rest of the cowl is just moss stitch :) I provide written directions as well as charts to make it easier for different knitting styles. The result is a cute little bandana cowl that sits up nice and high on the neck, but can be pulled close for warmth. Made from less than 256 yards of DK weight, it’s also a relatively quick knit!
I am working on the 40 shades now – what a great pattern! Will you be making the electronic version available to those of us who bought it through the club?
I also have noticed a few minor mistakes in the written part of the pattern – the chart was correct – in a couple spots it said k4 when it should have been p4 (section a, row 23, and section b, row 15).