Pattern Types: Cowl

Blacklight Broderie Cowl

From Ravelry “Broderie Anglaise (French: English Embroidery) is an eyelet stitch pattern most commonly used for white yarn. This pattern was written to do the absolute opposite. Using Dragonfly Fiber’s Pixie base in the bold and bright colorway named Julia’s Tresses, the Blacklight Broderie Cowl takes an otherwise subtle eyelet stitch and makes it pop …

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DelMarVa Cowl

From Ravelry: “Inspired by the beautiful waves of the DelMarVa Peninsula – the DelMarVa Cowl is a quick and easy knit that can be enjoyed by beginner and experienced knitters alike! Must know how to knit in the round, as well as the following stitches: Knit Purl Yarn Over (YO) Instructions include directions on how …

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Estero Cowl

by Hilary Smith Callis From Ravelry:  “Created in collaboration with the Yarnover Truck for the 2018 San Diego Yarn Crawl, Estero is a lacey cowl designed to mimic the look of an asymmetrical triangular shawl wrapped around the neck. Estero is knit flat with a series of increases and decreases forming its shape, while stripes …

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This Bliss

By Fatimah HindsAs described by the designer: ‘This Bliss is an elegant beaded cowl thats easy to dress up or down without being too fussy. The cowl is knit in the round from the top down with beads added while you knit using a crochet hook. The lace pattern is both charted and written. I …

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Fade Into You

By Tanis GrayAs described by the designer: ‘Knit from the bottom up in the round in one piece on US 3s, the magic in this cowl really happens when you start switching the colors. The reds and the blues start at opposite ends of their respective spectrums, then flow back out.’

Popover

By Phyll LagermanAs described by the designer: ‘Pick your favorite DK weight yarn and show it off with this fun to knit cowl. Once you get going you dont even have to count. Its perfect as a take along project for road trips, sporting events, TV knitting and family events. It is also most relaxing. …

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Travelling to Infinity Cowl

By Corrine WalcherAs described by the designer: ‘This cowl was designed and knit during an unexpected trip to Canadas far North. My sister-in-law asked for an infinity scarf for Christmas, and I needed something that didnt need a lot of attention to knit while being otherwise occupied. It is knit in the round and is …

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The Lotus Cowl

By Andi SmithAs described by the designer: ‘This striking color-blocked cowl, is worked flat and then seamed to create a fun, easy cowl thats an eye-catching knit. A half side seam allows the cowl to comfortably hug your neck, and drape beautifully across your shoulders. Whether you work with one color or two, the sinuous …

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Khuno Cowl

By Tanis GrayAs described by the designer: ‘A great excuse to use that super bulky hank of variegated yarn you have in your stash paired with a solid, or use 2 highly contrasting solids, big yarn = big stitches = fast knitting. I love Latvian Braids and here they add texture as well as weight …

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When the Cowl’d Wind Blows

By Therese Ross CarterAs described by the designer: ‘This cowl is designed in two halves. The first half is a drop stitch design with a garter border. The second half is all garter. It is not knit in the round. This design uses a 3-Needle Bind Off technique. This is a very simple and quick …

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