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Easy Ribbed Cowl


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Skills Needed

  • Ribbing
  • Seamless
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

Easy ribbed cowl scarf with a tiny ruffle edge, made better in a chocolate colored yarn! Wide size and medium length for cuddly coziness. Makes a great shoulder warmer! Requires basic knit and crochet skills… suitable for a beginner who has mastered purling. Size: 11 x 36-46” around Yarn: 2 skeins Knitpicks Reverie (137yds/50g) shown in Chocolate Needles: US 8 (5mm) circulars, G-I crochet hook Gauge: 16 sts = 4” in 1x1 rib stitch, not critical

Recommended with this pattern

  • worsted weight yarn
  • US 8/5mm knitting needles

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Emily J. Designs
Emily J. Designs
I knit - therefore I am… I’m Emily, avid knitter and designer. I love luxury natural fibers, cardigans, and anything sparkly. I began knitting at a young age - self taught with a encyclopedia, chopsticks and some old cotton string. My Mum saw my potential and located a nearby yarn shop for a couple classes. Everything took off from there… I am mainly self taught through trial & error in all my skills, knitting for myself, family and friends, spent several years knitting for the Mother Bear Project, and knitting shop samples. I was always experimenting with different yarns/patterns, often finding something to improve or change. I opened an etsy shop (Girlpower Knits - in 2011 as I needed something to do with the completed pieces! Soon after in 2012 I began writing and self-publishing my patterns, as I wanted to share new designs with the rest of the knitting world. I knit daily, and am always working on new projects and designs. I need more hours in a day or another set of hands! If you like my designs join my Ravelry group here: