If you have a question regarding a pattern please try contacting the pattern designer. Knitting in the round is a great way to control color pooling because the finished piece closely resembles the original skein. She finds great inspiration through Mother Nature — from color combinations to patterns and geometry to unexpected and intricate lace patterns. This cushy cowl will become your winter go-to! A little darker than the picture but other
December 20, Author: Kathleen Cubley Comment on this Article. Knitted cowls are quick projects, and you can use up small amounts of luxury yarns you might have in your stash. The experts at Interweave gathered seven exclusive cowl knitting pattern ideas for you to knit that include beginner knitting patterns and even more advanced knitted cowls. Lisa Shroyer offers extensive knitting knowledge to all those willing to learn. Winding River Cowl by Kathleen Cubley This cowl knitting pattern is knitted lengthwise and not in the round, so you can make it as long as you want.
Turn the Winding River into an infinity scarf and make a real statement! Orange Crush by Kathleen Cubley The lace-weight, cashmere yarn is knit on larger needles to give this knitted cowl a fabulous drape, and you can crush the cowl down to make a cozy and warm winter accessory proven to keep you warm and happy. Choose two complementary colors to give your cowl depth and show off the pretty stitch pattern.
This cushy cowl will become your winter go-to! Traveling eyelets form a diamond pattern in this cozy, color blocked infinity scarf. Using one 50 gram ball of the Passard yarn, Boheme and some contrasting Aran yarn. This three-color scarf is made with roughly yards of worsted weight yarn and size US 8 needles.
Cowl with a combination of short rows with a feather and fan pattern. Slip stitches make colorwork easy on this simple, unisex cowl project.
Links to felting tutorial. Knit flat, joined at the end. An EZ pattern repeat. Fringe is made at end with dropped stitches! This one-skein cowl uses 80 yards of chunky weight yarn and size US This cowl uses an openwork basketweave mesh and about yards of worsted weight.
This v-necked cowl uses roughly yards of sock weight yarn and a 24" circular needle in size US 2. This attractive cowl uses size US 7 needles and roughly yards of worsted weight yarn. This easy stockinette cowl with ribbed edges uses only 1 skein of worsted yarn.
Worked in the round. This cowl has a fun texture and can be sized from toddler to adult. A little darker than the picture but other than that it's great! Very comfortable, soft, and warm.
This scarf is very soft and warm. The nude color is beautiful. I like the crochet style it looks very elegant and classic. It is a good present for a loved one.
I highly recommend you to buy it. It's hard to see the detail in the photo of the black scarf but it has a beautiful twist knit detail to it. I can't stand itchy knitted material especially scarfs. With this scarf I don't have to worry about that! It is very soft, durable material and warm. I have received several compliments from multiple people asking where I got my scarf from.
I definitely recommend this product for anyone looking for a fashionable yet soft and warm knitted scarf. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. I just got my infinity scarf and it is amazing.
Cowl and scarf knitting patterns can be the perfect addition to a tasteful, simple outfit. If you're knitting a scarf for a loved one and you're not sure if he or she is . This scarf is very soft and warm. The nude color is beautiful. I like the crochet style it looks very elegant and classic. It is a good present for a loved one. of over 1, results for "cowl knit scarf" NYFASHION Soft Winter Warm Chunky Knit Cowl Infinity Loop Scarf. by NYFASHION $ - $ $ 14 $ 15 99 Prime. FREE Shipping on eligible orders. Some colors are Prime eligible. out of 5 stars