Raspberry Cowl Knitting Pattern Berry
This raspberry cowl knitting pattern will guide you in knitting an easy cowl, ideal for an all-day outfit during wintertime.
This knit pattern features a relaxed, amazingly cozy cowl and is appropriate for those who are ready to move on from the basic garter or stockinette stitch.
As the knitted cowls are great projects to experiment with new patterns and techniques, this is an easy knitting pattern appropriate for beginners in knitting the raspberry stitch.
If you’re looking for something a little more delicate, this wonderful cowl knitting pattern will be your beloved piece during cold days and nights.
This knitting pattern is a 7-page fully-detailed digital knitting pattern file that includes guided instructions step by step and some helpful photos.
The cowl in the raspberry stitch is knitted flat.
Raspberry stitch knitted flat
This knitting pattern is written in standard English
Measurements are in both cm and inches.
Teen size 10-12years / Adult size
The cowl on the photo is adult size.
Cowl height: 20(23)cm or 8(9) inches
Cowl width: 21(24)cm or 8.3(9.5) inches
- Yarn: Bora by Kangaroo, 90% Dralon, 10%Wool
100(110)m or 110(120)yards
- *Yarn Alternatives
#Bernat “Softee Chunky Tweeds”
#Lion Brand “Wool Ease Thick n Quick – Print”
#Cascade Yarns “Big Wheel”
- A pair of 8mm ( U.S 11) straight needles
- A tapestry needle (to weave in the yarn ends)
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