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Snowy Owl Cowl

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The snowy owl is a massive and majestic owl that is unusual as it is active during both the day and night. This pattern captures the grace and fluidity of the snowy owl’s wings. The slip stitch pattern mimics the offset layers of feathers while the dropped stitch section pops open and breathes life into the cowl just like the owl as it stretches its wings and takes flight. With this cowl you can be like the snowy owl during the day or night bundled up in fashionable layers. Pay homage to the owls in your area and choose a color that matches their feathers! This cowl is a quick knit perfect for a last minute gift or when you need instant gratification. It can be worn long and lovely or wrapped doubled to hug your neck. The Snowy Owl Cowl can be made with 1-2 balls of super chunky yarn and help you work through your stash. Come on, you know we all have a stash problem… Needle: US 10.5 (6.5mm) 32” circular needle Yarn Used: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (80% Acrylic, 20% Wool, 87 yds/ 80m per 5 oz/ 140 g ball) 2 balls in the color way 505 Marble. Yardage: 100 yds (92 m) Gauge: 10 sts and 16 rounds = 4 inches (blocked) in stockinette stitch. Gauge is crucial in this project if you have a limited amount of yarn. Notions: Stitch marker, darning needle. Special Techniques: Stretchy cast on/ bind off, knitting in the round, slipped stitches, dropped stitches Final Measurements: 46 in (117 cm) long, 5 in (13 cm) wide

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Twisted Whiskers Designs
Rachel is a knitwear designer, teacher, and writer. She strives to design a wide variety of patterns that will bring countless hours of joy to her fellow knitter’s lives and encourage them to try new techniques.