Instantaneity Cowl

from Petitchoufleur

Instantaneity Cowl Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Men, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit in the Round
  • Slip a stitch

Pattern Description:

You'll have this simple cowl done in a jiffy.... a snuggle for your neck.

Knit it up in 3-4 hours, the perfect quick knit for emergency gift giving. It's the lush wools that really make it I think - one can never go wrong with a bit of mohair and silk.

It's reversible too, although the sides are fraternal rather than identical twins.

Don't be scared of this two-colour slipped stitch pattern - you're only working with one wool at a time to create this fabulous tweedy texture - so give it a go! This is a great one for using up leftovers as it looks great striped. And don't let the subtle combination in my version fool you - this cowl would look great with high contrast colours!


12 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches in Slipped Stitch Pattern

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Double loop cowl - 44" circumference; Single loop cowl - 24" circumference; 7" depth (with edge rolled)


  • 1 skein Debbie Bliss Winter Garden
  • 1 skein Rowan Cocoon
  • 7mm 80 cm circular needle
  • 8mm 80cm circular needle

You Will Also Need:

  • one stitch marker

Suggested yarn:

170 meters of Chunky weight


It's fun to play with this one!

About Designer

About Designer

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Fun, simple knits.

That's my catch-phrase. Even my more complicated designs have an element of fun, some simple little finishing details which help your knitwear put its best foot forward or clever constructions - all with an eye to making pieces easier to knit.

My craft of choice is knitting, though I'm not afraid of a bit of sewing or crochet. My favourite part about knitting is finding ...

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