Knit Ruffled Cowl

from Sheila Zachariae

Knit Ruffled Cowl Pattern

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Knitting: Knit Ruffled Cowl
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You need to know how to knit, purl and yarn over!
  • I would rate this as an advanced beginner, but even an experienced knitter will love this pattern.

Pattern Description:

Feel free to use the decadent luxury yarns! Yum!

This is a simple rib pattern with some yarn overs for the eyelets! You newbies out there can do it! I promise!

If you would like to try your hand at cables and are new to them, my Classic Cabled Cowl Tutorial is for you! You can visit my workshop right here on Craftsy! Just click on the "Workshops" button at the top of the page for all the info!

If you're fearful of doing cables, fear no more! I will show you step by step how they work. You will not believe how easy it is. (So easy, in fact, that you1/4ll wonder why you didn1/4t try them much sooner!)

The pattern uses just one skein of super bulky yarn that can be found in any hobby store or your favorite yarn shop. Plus, it's versatile enough to work as an accessory for women, men and teens!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 43" wide x 9" high

Materials:

  • US size 13 16" circular needles (You will need circular needles to hold the large number of stitches. Work back and forth as if working on straight needles)
  • Crochet hook size N/13 for the cording OR size 11 double point needle you will need 2 (optional if you would rather knit an I-cord)
  • Tapestry needle to weave in ends
  • 216 yards super bulky weight (6) yarn

About Designer

About Designer

Sheila Zachariae on craftsy.com

I was taught to knit by my mother in my teens in the '70's and I quickly went from that to cross stitch and then needlepoint.

Life goes on to a full time job, marriage, a child and then in early in 2004, I was forced to stay off my feet. I pick up the needles and started with knitting a scarf and then another, and then another! Next thing I know, I have 50 of them!

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