Cable Cowl, Scarf, Neckwarmer

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Cable Cowl, Scarf, Neckwarmer Pattern


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Knitting: Cable Cowl, Scarf, Neckwarmer
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Cable Cowl, Scarf, Neckwarmer Cable Cowl
Cable Cowl, Scarf, Neckwarmer Cable Cowl
Cable Cowl, Scarf, Neckwarmer Cable Cowl

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Girls



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit, Purl and Cable

Pattern Description:

This fabulous new design is so versatile, quick and easy to knit. Wear as a cowl, as a scarf, or a neck warmer.
Perfect for those Autumn/Winter days to come.
The pattern is written for two methods of knitting. Choose to use 2 knitting needles to knit flat, or alternatively use a circular knitting needle to knit in the round. You'll also need a 5 mm (U.K.6-U.S.8) Cable needle.
Knit in just 300 grams of Tahki Donegal Tweed Yarn.
If you can cast on, knit, purl and cable this pattern is perfect.
A quick, fun and very easy pattern. Designed and written just for you.

Wear with a smile:)


18sts and 24 rows to 4" [10cm]

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size fits all


  • 300 Grams Tahki Donegal Tweed Yarn
  • 1 Pair 5mm (UK6-US8) Knitting Needles or
  • 1 x 5mm (UK6-US8) Circular Knitting Needle

You Will Also Need:

  • 5mm (UK6-USA8) Cable Needle

Suggested yarn:

450 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Tahki Donegal Tweed



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Knitwear Designer, Wife and Mother.

Lectured in Fashion and Knitwear and worked internationally as a designer since 1970.
Designs include collections published for Stylecraft and the UK Handknitting Association.
Currently organising and running How to knit workshops in Leeds, West Yorkshire. UK
Married to the fabulous Grump for 29 years. 2 fabulous adult children. 1 stunningly beautiful ...

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