Trinidad Cowl Pattern: knitted
This easy cowl knits up quickly in thick-and-thin bulky yarn and can be made in 3 sizes. Although it uses a lace stitch pattern, the men will like it too! The small cowl can also be worn as a headband to keep your ears warm.
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This pattern is for a knit cowl that is knitted circularly. It is knitted in Rhapsody, my hand-dyed bulky-weight wool yarn on size 10US needle for the small, shown in Calendula; or size 11US needle for the medium shown in Burnt Amber and the large shown in Flamingo Fest. The pattern has both complete written instructions and a chart–either one can be followed to knit the cowl and both types of knitters will be happy!
Suited for Advanced Beginners
This is a pattern sold as a downloadable pdf file. The confirmation e-mail you receive after placing your order will have a link to download the file.
Size: Cowl is approximately approximately 17 (18, 24)” circumference at top, 23 (25, 28)” circumference at bottom, and 5½ (9, 9)” tall.
Materials: Hand-dyed Rhapsody (65% Wool/22% Nylon/13% Acrylic, 55 yards per approx. 1¾ oz. skein) by Bonkers Handmade Originals: 1 (2, 2) skeins. Circular knitting needle size 6mm/US 10 (8mm/US 11, 8mm/US 11), 40cm/16″ long or whatever size needed to get correct gauge; yarn needle; 1 stitch marker.
Gauge: Small: 12 sts and 18 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch on size 6mm/US 10; 18-st repeat = 5½”.
Medium, Large: 10 sts and 16 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch on size 8mm/US 11; 18-st repeat = 6″.
Stitches used: Knit, purl, SK2P, k2tog, SSK, yarn over, garter stitch. These are all explained in the pattern.
© 2015 Traci Bunkers, Bonkers Handmade Originals. All rights reserved.
This pattern may be used for personal use, for gifts, or for charitable donations. It may also be used to knit or crochet items for sale on a small scale, as long as the items are made by the seller and not contracted for production. Large quantities may not be produced from this pattern. You may not distribute copies of my patterns in printed, electronic, or any other format. Please contact me if you have questions on usage, or if you have a question about knitting this project.
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