Everyone's Cowl - worsted

from Monika Sirna

Everyone's Cowl - worsted Pattern

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Knitting: Everyone's Cowl - worsted
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Infant/Baby

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Stretchy Cast On (option given in pattern)
  • Twisted rib (instruction given in pattern)
  • Lace (optional)
  • Decreasing
  • Cast Off

Pattern Description:

**Savings alert: This pattern is available also as part of Everyone's Set, including 4 patterns: 2 hats and 2 cowls (including this one).
http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/knitting/accessory/everyones-set-e-book/78148

**BOTH DK AND WORSTED WEIGHT VERSIONS OF THIS PATTERN ARE INCLUDED IN THIS PATTERN!

Have you ever found yourself looking for the perfect cowl pattern to match your favorite hat? No need to look further, you just found it!

This cowl is a wardrobe staple, made from DK or worsted weight yarn.
The main leaf or lace twist detail create a unique cowl that can be worn as a stand alone accessory for any occasion or can be paired up with your favorite hat/gloves by substituting the leaf detail with almost any small stitch pattern to match any of your other accessories, if desired.

The cowl is shaped for a comfortable fit at the shoulders.
The pattern is written in two sizes; a small size if you like to wear your cowls more snug, and a medium size fora looser fit around your neck. It includes directions for the leaf detail and directions on how to make your own custom cowl.

Pattern includes:
-both DK and worsted directions in one pdf file!
-2 sizes
-2 lace details - Leaf Motif, Lace Twist Motif
-directions using Leaf Motif, and custom directions using Lace Twist Motif or your own small stitch pattern
-charted and written instructions;

Sizes:
Sizing is based on head circumference:
S - baby (16-17" / 40.5-43cm)
M - child (18-20" / 45.5-51cm)
L - teen/ adult (21-23" / 53-58.5cm)

Finished measurements:
Circumference (at the top): approx. 19(22)" / 48(55)cm
Height: approx. 8(10)" / 20(25)cm

Measurements of finished garment are taken from relaxed fabric after blocking.

Material:
This pattern is suitable for DK or worsted weight yarns, merino or its blends.

Worsted weight yarn:
approx. 170(220) yds / 160(200) m
Dia Worsted by Colour Adventures, 100% Merino, 218yds/199m/100g

Gauge:

Worsted weight yarn:
18-19 stitches = 4"/ 10 cm
24-26 rows = 4"/ 10 cm
Exact gauge is not crucial for this project, however the stitch gauge is going to determine the finished cowl circumference.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • S child/small adult (regular loop)
  • M adult (loose loop)
  • Circumference (at the top): approx. 19(22)"/ 48(56) cm
  • Circumference (at the bottom): approx. 25(28)"/ 64(71) cm
  • Height: approx. 8(10)"/ 20(25) cm

Materials:

  • US 7/4.5mm 16"/ 40 cm circular needle(s)

You Will Also Need:

  • 3 stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle for weaving ends
  • Pins for blocking
  • 1 cable needle (for Lace Twist option only)

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Colour Adventures Dia Worsted

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 2 reviews)

Elena Nodel on craftsy.com

Excellent Cowl  July 6, 2013


The cowl is simply gorgeous!

KnittyO on craftsy.com

Excellent Versatile and fantastic pattern!  June 14, 2013


I *love* this pattern! I can use it to make any cowl I like! The pattern includes several options, or you can make a custom one - instructions included!

About Designer

About Designer

Monika Sirna on craftsy.com

I am a wife as well as a stay at home mom to two precious girls, who are the inspiration behind my creations.

Even though I have been around fabric, yarn & crafts my whole life; knitting sweaters and sewing garments while in high school; studying Textile Engineering and Textile Marketing while at college; working for one of the largest European clothing manufacturers later on?..I rediscovered ...

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