My First Knitted Cowl

In the winter I love my scarves, neck warmers and now my cowl!!  Even after I have come inside and taken off my jacket – I will keep my neck covered – keeps me toasty warm.  The thing I really like about neck warmers and now my cowl is that it is not bulky under my jacket and it does not get in the way when wearing in the house.  My next cowl I think will be long enough to also be a hat/cowl!!  I came across this pattern from a Google search – what did we do before Google?!

I purchased this yarn over a year ago – fell in love with it at the local yarn store!  When I decided on this cowl – I knew exactly what yarn I was going to use.

Warm and Scrunchy Cowl ( )

Items Needed

2 skeins bulky yarn
US 13, 24″ circular needles

1. Cast on 60 stitches.

2. Place marker and join in a round, making sure not to twist.

Rounds 1 & 2: Knit

Rounds 3 & 4: K1, P1, repeat to end of round

Rounds 5 & 6: Knit

Rounds 7 & 8: P1, K1, repeat to end of round

Work until cowl measures 17inches, you run out of yarn or until desired length ending with a knit round.

Cast off all stitches.

Stella has already requested her own cowl – so Google here I come!  Searching for a template for a kids cowl – stay tuned!

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2 Responses to My First Knitted Cowl

  1. Candace says:

    Nice cowl. Looks good. What’s that big orange bow on your head??? : )

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