Split Personality Reversible Cable Cowl

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Split Personality Reversible Cable Cowl Pattern


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Knitting: Split Personality Reversible Cable Cowl
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • The knit and purl stitch and experience with cabling. The more advanced option uses a provisional cast on and grafts garter to garter stitch.

Pattern Description:

Do you crave simplicity or complexity? This reversible infinity cowl beautifully displays both sides of your knitting personality! There are 2 options for finishing the scarf. The easier option is to sew both finished ends together. The second more advanced option uses a provisional cast on and then grafts the garter stitch ends together.

This is a 3 page pattern designed to use as a foldable booklet. The first page has 2 full color pictures on the front and required project materials on the back. The second page is the knitting instructions in black and white. The third page is cabling knitting tips for beginners with color photos.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished length approx 54" long x 5" wide at the garter stitch section and 4" wide at the cable section


  • Size 15 knitting needles
  • 2 skeins of "De Aire" by Plymouth Yarn
  • Bulky cable stitch holder or large double point needle
  • Bulky waste yarn in a contrasting color
  • Bulky yarn needle
  • Size J or K crochet hook if using the provisional cast on with a crochet hook

Suggested yarn:

210 yards of Bulky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Plymouth "De Aire"

About Designer

About Designer

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I always pick the thimble playing piece in Monopoly because it represents to me creativity and what I love to do - make things! (Hence my blog www.ialwayspickthethimble.com.)

Most of my projects are relatively quick and easy. But what I lack in depth, I make up in range. Sewing, knitting, crochet, jewelry making, paper arts...the list of things I enjoy doing just goes on. I started creating ...

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