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Moms Night Out Cowl


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  • Textured
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

It's Moms Night Out! This cowl is so easy, you can knit it when your friends are cracking you up, you've had a glass of wine, and you're up way past your bed time. Moms Night Out Cowl is knit in the round with a simple knit and purl pattern that adds texture to the fabric. You can follow the written directions or the chart. If you've never used a chart, this is a great way to learn. This pattern is great for beginners and for more experienced knitters who happen to be distracted, tired, or even a little bit tipsy. Finished size: Circumference - 21.3" (54cm), height - 6.75" (17cm). Yarn: 120 - 160 yards (110 - 150 meters) worsted weight yarn Skill Level: Beginner. Must be able to knit and purl in the round. Pattern Instructions: Both written instructions and a chart are included, so pick whichever you are most comfortable with. If you have never used a chart, this is a good way to learn. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit and purl in the round GAUGE 18 stitches = 4 inches in in pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Circumference - 21.3" (54cm), height- 6.75" (17cm) SUGGESTED YARN 160 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knit Picks Swish Tonal COLORWAY Cornmeal

Supplies Needed

  • 120 - 160 yards (110 - 150 meters) worsted weight yarn
  • US size 7 needles (4.5 mm needles)
  • Stitch marker

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Meanest Mommy Knits
Lisa Beth Houchins is the Meanest Mommy in the Whole Wide World to three awesome children. Her eclectic professional life has included time as middle school science teacher, actuarial analyst, birth advocate, stay-at-home mom, and now knitwear designer & tech editor. She has been knitting since 2006. Lisa can be found on Ravelry, Instagram, and Twitter as MeanestMommy and on She welcomes comments and questions and offers pattern support at MeanestMommy (at) MeanestMommyKnits (dot) com.