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Chunky Rib Cowl

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Chunky Rib Cowl
Chunky Rib Cowl Chunky Rib Cowl. Knitting Pattern
Chunky Rib Cowl
Chunky Rib Cowl

Pattern Description:

This is a very quick and easy knitting pattern.
The pattern is written for two methods of knitting and can either be knit flat with one pair of 6.5mm knitting needles and seamed at the back.
Or alternatively, knit in one piece, in the round, using either a 6.5mm circular knitting needle or 4 x 6.5mm double pointed knitting needles.
If you can knit and purl, you can knit this fabulous cowl on two needles, alternatively, circular knitting for the more experienced knitter.
One size fits all. The cowl measures 62cm x 24cm and can be worn in two ways. It's reversible with a chunky, ribbed, texture on the right side of the work and a flatter, wider rib on the wrong side (All depends which side is considered as the right side!!)
Taking just a few hours to knit and using just 1 x 100gram ball of Chunky Yarn makes this a perfect project for an evenings leisurely knitting.
♥ A great gift for a friend winter ♥


12 sts and 22 rows to 10cm, 4in over Fishermans Rib using 6.5mm Knitting Needles or the size requuired to obtain the correct tension.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One Size: 62cm x24cm


  • 100 Grams Chunky Yarn
  • 1 Pair 6.5mm (UK3-US10.1/2) Knitting Needles
  • Or 1 x 6.5mm (UK3-US10. 1/2) Circular Knitting Needle
  • Or 4 x 6.5mm (UK3-US10. 1/2) Double Pointed Knitting Needles.

Suggested yarn:

170 yards of Chunky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Any Chunky Yarn



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