'Bob and Sway' Chunky Cowl

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'Bob and Sway' Chunky Cowl Pattern


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Knitting: 'Bob and Sway' Chunky Cowl
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • read chart recommended but written provided
  • work in round
  • applied I-cord edge - directions provided
  • cable 2 over 1 purl right and left
  • bobbles - knitted or crochet

Pattern Description:

Fast fun knit.
US and metric equivalents.
Single hank project - aprox 140 yards (128 m) of chunky yarn.

Opposing 2 over 1 serpentine cable columns create hourglass shaped sections filled with moss st, and wavy sections filled with rev. stockinette and a few well placed bobbles. Applied I-cord edging gives a finished look to the piece and blends with the cables.

Learn a faster easier (Japanese) bobbling technique using a crochet hook - or use traditional turned knit bobbles - instructions included for both methods


16 stitches by 24 rows in stockinette = 4" square - for yarn/needle selection only

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • one size 23" by 7.5"


  • 140 yards of chunky yarn
  • US sz 9 OR 10 circular needle 16 -20 " long
  • pair DPNs 2 sies smaller than used for body
  • 1 -3 stitch markers
  • row counter
  • darning needle
  • cable needle (optional)
  • F hook (optional - for bobbling can use needles)

Suggested yarn:

140 yards of Chunky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

MadelineTosh Chunky



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