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Stripe & Basket Cowl

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Stripe & Basket cowl combines two different stitch techniques in one pattern: striping and basketweave. The cowl is knit flat like a scarf and ends are seamed together using the three needle bind-off technique to create an infinity style cowl. It's easy to knit, but the striping and basketweave stitch patterns keeps it interesting too. A fun way to play around with color and texture. And since it uses bulky-weight yarn, it's a fast knit too! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Purl Casting-on Basic pattern reading skills GAUGE 4 sts = 1" in garter stitch PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade 128 Superwash

Recommended with this pattern

  • Approx. 188 yds of bulky-weight yarn for main color and approx. 68 yds of contrasting color, shown in 128 Superwash by Cascade Yarns (100% Superwash Merino; 100g = 128 yds), 2 skeins of main color (shown in color Silver) and 1 skein of contrasting color (shown in color Mocha).
  • 24"/61 cm circular knitting needle in size US 10/6 mm or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Extra 24"/64 cm or 32"/81 cm circular knitting needle in size US 10/6 mm (or size needed to obtain gauge), used in Finishing section

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Elizabeth Smith
Elizabeth Smith
I’m Elizabeth Smith and designing knitting patterns is my passion. I strive to create simple, modern designs and write patterns for them that are easy to follow and fun to knit. Most of my patterns are seamless and many are knit from the top-down. They are written with the beginner knitter in mind, providing lots of detailed instructions. I provide pattern support for all my designs so feel free to get in touch with me if you have any questions-I love to help and make sure my customers enjoy the knitting process (not to mention the finished piece!)