Six patterns in one!
These cowls might look like double crochet, but they’re actually knit! Two sizes and three gauges make it easy to work up lots of these cozy cowls with ease. The unusual stitch pattern is adapted from Lynne Barr’s Reversible Knitting (STC, 2009), and definitely looks great on both sides. Use fingering, DK or worsted, or chunky weight yarn. Includes attached I-cord for tidy edges, and a Three-Needle Bind-Off to attach the ends.
Technical Editing by Alexandra Virgiel
Photo Tutorial included in the pattern, for this unusual knitting stitch.
Single Loop (Double Loop)
24 (48)” / 61(122)cm in circumference
about 9.5” / 24cm deep
Fingering/sock weight: 200 (400) yds, US 5 / 3.75mm
DK or worsted weight: 250 (510) yds, US 7 / 4.5mm
Chunky weight: 330 (650) yds, US 10 / 6.5mm
- straight or circular needles in size given, plus an extra needle for Three-Needle Bind-Off
- tapestry needle
- stitch marker
- waste yarn and crochet hook for provisional cast on
Fingering weight: 6 sts/in in faux double crochet
DK/Worsted weight: 4.5 sts/in in faux double crochet
Chunky: 3.5 sts/in in faux double crochet
|Includes||4 page PDF pattern includes abbreviations and photo tutorial for special stitches. Measurements given in metric and imperial.|
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