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Fire & Ice Cowl Kit

Treat yourself (or someone you love) to a beautiful kit for the Fire and Ice Cowl. Each kit comes with one skein of 100% Gulf Coast Native yarn from Georgia Rustic Wool, a cotton project bag, a stitch marker, and a digital dowload code for the Fire & Ice pattern (PDF). 


During the depths of winter, I love the contrast between the icy-cold outside and our cozy hearth. Fire and ice go together in the best of ways and this cowl showcases how these opposites attract. Knit from the bottom up and broken into four panels, the cowl will keep you occupied without requiring tons of attention. The fire motif is a simple lace pattern (requiring only yarn overs and a k2tog decrease); the ice motif is a simple cable pattern with a cross every few rows. If you’d like to make the cowl slightly larger or even triple its original size, modification options are also included with the pattern. Pattern instructions are both charted and written.


Yarn is a worsted weight 100% GCN, approx 178 yards / 4 oz per skein, from a Gulf Coast Native flock raised by Joanne Maki in Georgia



Size: 10.75” wide x 7.75” high


Needles: US size 4 (3.5mm) with a cord long enough for cowl circumference or modified magic loop (24” or 40”). You can use long DPNs if you don’t want to use magic loop.


Notions: stitch markers, cable needle, tapestry needle


Gauge in stockinette:

22 sts and 31 rows in 4”


Yarn: Rustic Georgia Wool 100% Gulf Coast Native; 2-ply. 178yds/40z. Or a worsted weight yarn of your choice. 1 skein (includes swatch yarn).



  • Stretchy Longtail Cast On
  • Working lace (K2tog, yo)
  • Knitting through the back loop (tbl)
  • Knitting in the round
  • Using a cable needle

Fire & Ice Cowl Kit

  • I want you to be happy with your kit purchase.

    You may return yarn kits within 14 days if they are in the same condition in which you purchased them (i.e. unused,  yarn still skeined with tags). You will be responsible for original and return shipping costs and a $5 fee for the digital pattern.

    If you have any questions, please email me at knittingthestash(at)

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