I first designed this pattern in the Americo Originals Organic Cotton for a boutique in Toronto. I was interested to see how the pattern would work in a different yarn, so I adapted it to a cowl. It was just days before Christmas and I was in need of a quick project to knit for my Grandmother. Of course, I had planned on knitting her a cowl for months, but had gotten behind due to exams and finals. I was very pleased that the cowl pattern knit up in a day. Also, there is not too much finishing as the wave edging occurs naturally while you knit. She told me she absolutely loves it and wears it to bed every night. It keeps the cold Canadian chill off her neck. Months later and the organic cotton still retains its luxury pillowy soft feel. Tech Edited by Katherine Vaughan. For the complete story, please see my blog "Pillows of Comfort" Note: the pattern includes directions for both the cowl and the scarf! The cowl is reversible - see photos. Copyright assigned to Knit Eco Chic 2014. For pattern support, please contact Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit yarn over k2tog purl p2tog slip purl into front and back slip, slip, knit slip, slip, purl GAUGE Cowl: 18 sts = 4 inches Scarf: 16 sts & 20 row = 4 inches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS For Cowl: 27" by 7" For Scarf: 72" by 7"