Honeycomb & Flowers Cowl

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Honeycomb & Flowers Cowl Pattern

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Knitting: Honeycomb & Flowers Cowl
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Honeycomb & Flowers Cowl Honeycomb & Flowers Cowl
Honeycomb & Flowers Cowl Flowers front flat view
Honeycomb & Flowers Cowl Flowers worn on the side
Honeycomb & Flowers Cowl Flowers side flat view

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, basic crochet for flowers

Pattern Description:

The honeycomb stitch has been one of my favorite stitch patterns to design with this year. So far, I've been designing home dcor items with that stitch, but I finally decided that it would great combined with an easy 2x2 rib stitch in a scarf. However, I really got inspired to make a cowl for part of this year's collection and so the Honeycomb & Flowers Cowl was born.
It can be worn with the flowers in the center, on the side, or if you're really daring, turn the flowers to the back so that they are seen from behind. And this design is super easy to get on and off because it closes with snaps. With snaps you won't have to worry about messing up your hair by pulling the piece over your head as you do with some cowls.
Peace and joy to ya all...
The Green Girl

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One Size Fits Most

Materials:

  • 1 skein Martha Stewart Crafts - Extra Soft Wool Blend
  • US size 9 kntting needles
  • Size F crochet hook

You Will Also Need:

  • 3 - 1/2 inch beads
  • 3 - size 4 or 1/2 inch snaps

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Martha Stewart Crafts - Extra Soft Wool Blend

Colorway:

any - shown/igloo

About Designer

About Designer

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I had one grandma that knit & quilted and one the crocheted & made clothes. When I was 5 - one taught me to knit - one to crochet. When I was 7 I learned to sew and when I was 12 I learned to quilt. I've tried just about every craft at one point. Now I have a blog and website dedicated to my journey with knitting and I design knitwear accessories for self/home/and children. I also design handmade ...

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