Wool & Co. Feature Pattern of the Week - Pyry

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Wool & Co. Feature Pattern of the Week - Pyry

Is it a capelet or a cowl? Luckily, with the Pyry you do not need to decide!

Knit top down, this cozy piece can be pulled down over the shoulders to fend off the chill or worn as a chunky cowl. Starting with a ribbed turtleneck, the piece features a cabled shield design filled in with single rib.

**Photographed in Flannel color (blue above) & Meteorite color (brown below)

This is a great piece for adventurous, advanced beginners and beyond.  Need a little help getting started or with the cables? Stop by the store & our helpful staff will keep you knitting!

Choose from over 40 colors of Shelter & many other worsted weight yarns.

The pattern is available to purchase in store or on Ravelry.

Materials: To fit approximate bust size 32-38” (40-46”, 48-54”)

Sample shown is first size shown on model with 34" bust

Brooklyn Tweed Shelter

(100% American Targhee-Columbia wool; 140 yards/50g);

6 (6,7) skeins

**Note- We knit size small for store, which used 5 skeins Shelter

Worsted weight wool yarn in the following approximate amounts:

840 (840, 980) yards


Size A (for Main Body)

US size 7, 24” circular needles

Size B (for Ribbing & Facing)

US size 6, 16” & 32” circular needles

Additional Tools

Blunt tapestry needle, T-pins, ring stitch marker

Skill Level

3 out of 5


Happy Knitting!

The Wool & Co. Team