Chunky Cowl Knitting Pattern Norway
This chunky cowl knitting pattern will guide you in knitting a chunky, very cozy, and ideal cowl for an all-day outfit.
This knit features a relaxed and amazingly cozy cowl.
Also, it can be paired with casual pieces, your tight pants and midi skirts.
Besides, it will carry you through fall and winter.
Moreover, it is an easy knitting pattern appropriate for beginners in garter stitch in the round.
Knitted in the round in one piece, this wonderful cowl knitting pattern will be your beloved piece during cold days and nights.
This knitting pattern is a 5-page fully-detailed digital knitting pattern file that includes guided instructions step by step.
The cowl in garter stitch is knitted in the round.
garter st in the round, circular knitting
This knitting pattern is written in standard English
Measurements are in both cm and inches
Teen size, Adult size
The cowl on the photo is adult size.
Cowl height: 30(36)cm or 12(14)inches
Cowl width: 28(35)cm or 11(14) inches
- Yarn: Andes by Drops design, 65% Wool, 35% Alpaca, double strand
Approx. 180(270)m or 197(295) yards
Notice: if you chose thicker yarn, suitable for 15mm needles (U.S 19), you will need half of the suggested amount of meters or yards.
- A pair of 15mm (U.S.19) circular needles 60cm (24 inches) length
- A stitch marker (points the beginning of the round on the circular knitting)
- A tapestry needle (to weave in the yarn ends)
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