Mountain Peaks Skier Cowl

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Mountain Peaks Skier Cowl Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Men, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • make a button opening
  • cable

Pattern Description:

Designed specifically for those who love the outdoors in winter, this cowl is stylish and functional in that it fits under a coat. The snug fit around the neck is like a turtleneck protecting the wearer from winter's icy blasts. As for the pattern, the use of purl stitches and cables add texture. I was envisioning mountain peaks with snow avalanching down when designing this cowl.

Tech Edited by Katherine Vaughan.

Pattern includes written directions, pictures, and a chart.

When choosing the best size, know this cowl was specifically designed to be worn close fitting so that a coat or jacket can zip up over it.

Copyright assigned to Knit Eco Chic 2014. For pattern support, please contact Lindsay at


Pattern Gauge:
18 sts and 25 rows to 4"/ 10cm in pattern stitch, using US 8/ 5mm needles

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small: 4.25"/ 10.5cm wide x 16.75"/ 42.5cm long.
  • Regular: 4.25"/ 10.5cm wide x 19"/ 48cm long.
  • Large: 4.5"/ 11.5cm wide x 21"/ 53cm long.


  • 1 Skein Estelle's Cloud Cotton 121 (raspberry)
  • US 8/ 5mm straight needles
  • US 7/ 4.5mm straight needles
  • cable hook
  • H-8/ 5mm crochet hook

You Will Also Need:

  • 3: 1"/ 2.5cm square brown mussel shell buttons
  • Yarn needle and thread

Suggested yarn:

164 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Estelle Cloud Cotton


121 (raspberry)

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A gift received became a passion embraced...

While hospitalized for a long while, I sought an enjoyable distraction from the daily drudgery of medical tests. Having learned some basic knitting skills as a young girl from my talented Baba and very creative great grandmother, I decided to again try my hand at this craft. Knitting quickly became a passion as a single sweater accelerated into ...

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