Tó (Water) Cowl & Tam Kit (Yarn Only)

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The Tó Cowl is a narrow cowl meant to be worn close to the neck to provide ample warmth. The word Tó means water in Navajo and the pictorial design of a rain cloud pouring out rain is a symbol of great importance. The idea for this design was to show movement on the ground as well as in the sky and water droplets throughout. The one size Tó Tam is knit in the round from the brim to the crown. Two charts are worked to create the cloud motif on the lower half and the flower on the top half. The idea for this design is to show how rain gives life, allowing desert plants to grow into beautiful flowers that we can appreciate.

Included in your kit is the following:

(1) 1 skein Serenity Worsted (75% super wash superfine merino, 15% cashmere, 10% nylon; approx 175 yds per skein) in the following colourway: Au Naturel
(2) 1 skein each of Nightshade Worsted (100% super wash superfine merino; approx 175 yds per skein) in the following colourways: Red Maple

Please purchase both or either of the patterns directly from Ravelry by following the following link:


Our sample knitter said she had about 5g of the Au Naturel (undyed) Serenity Worsted left when she had completed both projects so we have given the option to add another skein to your order if you'd like to make absolutely sure you have enough yarn.

We will be hosting TUTORIAL TUESDAYS for this kit on the following dates & times:

September 20, 2022 - 7 to 7:30 pm eastern time
September 27, 2022 - 7 to 7:30 pm eastern time

To join us, please register at the following link: 


We will be taping these tutorials so you can watch them again and if you miss a session, you can also view them at your leisure. They will be available on our YouTube channel following these dates. 


Description of our ZOOM tutorials:

Join us as we walk you through tips & tricks to have a successful knit for these projects. We will be covering colowork & holding your yarn in each hand, dealing with long floats and/or catching them & colorwork charts. Each session will be 30 minutes long. We also give away gift certificates during these sessions if you'd like to join in the fun!

**all modelled photos are copyright Gale Zucker photography**

Please allow us 10 business days to dye your yarn for you - you will receive a shipping notice when your kit has been dispatched.