I love this pattern! It is fun and quick to knit and the results are amazing!

This cowl is soft and light-perfect for all seasons! Plus it is versatile, you can wear it across your shoulders, folded over as a neck warmer, or worn loosely around your neck.

It is worked in a combination of ribbing and garter stitch giving it a great drape and interesting texture.




Heirloom Long Cowl Knitting Pattern

Size
xs(s, m, l, xl)

Measurements
36(38, 40, 42, 44)

Materials
260 yards sport weight hand spun yarn
22" Size 9 Circular Needle
Stitch Marker
Tapestry Needle

Stitch Patterns
Rib Pattern: *K1P1* Around
Garter Stitch Pattern: P1 Row, K1 Row, P1 Row, K1 Row, P1 Row

Directions
Co 130(138, 146, 152, 160)sts. Place marker and join to knit in the round, use caution not to twist the stitches. Work in rib pattern for 5 rows. Knit one row even. Work garter stitch pattern. Knit one row even. Work in rib pattern for 5 rows. Knit one row even. Work garter stitch pattern. Knit one row even. Work in rib pattern for 5 rows. Knit one row even. Work garter stitch pattern. Knit one row even. Work in rib pattern for 5 rows. Bind off. Sew in loose ends. Block garment. Enjoy!
July 30, 2009 by Rachel Jones

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