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Charming Charcoal Everyday Cowl

Charming Charcoal Everyday Cowl When you're first learning how to knit, it's important to choose a pattern you know you'll want to wear day in and day out. The Charming Charcoal Cowl is as easy to wear as it is to knit, making it an ideal knitting-for-beginners project. This simple but striking cowl knitting pattern is knit on straight needles in stockinette and reverse stitch, then seamed together to create a quick wardrobe staple. The neutral color matches everything, so you'll always be able to throw on this cowl on your way out the door.

 

I Love Lucy Cowl

I Love Lucy Cowl This peachy knit cowl pattern is as sweet and bubbly as one of America's most iconic personalities. The I Love Lucy Cowl is a pretty knit cowl pattern in a simple mesh lace design. This one-skein wonder is not only an enjoyable two row repeat pattern, it's also reversible. The I Love Lucy Cowl is great for mindless TV knitting. Catch up on all your favorite shows, pop in a movie, or chat with a friend while whipping up this fun knit cowl.

 

Zigzag Ribbon Stitch Cowl

Zigzag Ribbon Stitch Cowl Make a statement with the knit cowl pattern sure to make all of your outfits pop. With such a unique design, the Zigzag Ribbon Stitch Cowl is the fun and easy knitted cowl pattern that you will love just love working with. The use of basic knitting stitches makes this the perfect knit scarf pattern for beginner knitters or anyone just learning how to knit a scarf. I know what you're thinking. What makes this knit cowl pattern stand out from the rest? Well, the seamless Zigzag Ribbon Stitch Cowl is knit entitrely on straight needles. That's right. There's no need to give up your precious straight needles in exchange for double points or circulars quite yet. Following the instructions, you can have a beautiful seamless cowl that will not only keep you comfortable and warm but also super fashionable.

 

True Blue Ribbed Cowl

True Blue Ribbed Cowl If you're addicted to DIY knitted accessories, don't be caught without having the True Blue Ribbed Cowl in your wardrobe. This easy knit cowl pattern is perfect for beginners who want to learn how to knit a scarf that will last them for years to come. Don't want to put away your straight needles just yet? Well, you don't have to. This knit scarf pattern gives instructions to knit this beautiful little cowl on straight needles with the ends sewn together. The simplicity of this pattern doesn't take away from the beauty of the cowl. Showcase your gorgeous knit during everyday activities, or use it spice up your date night outfit. However you choose to wear your True Blue Ribbed Cowl, you're sure to look absolutely fabulous.

 

21 Killer Knit Cowl Patterns

21 Killer Knit Cowl Patterns When the weather turns and the days grow shorter and colder, it's time to stock up on warm layers. A knit cowl pattern is a great way to fend off the first chill of winter because it's smaller and quicker to knit than your average scarf, giving you something to wear while you work on bigger projects. Free knitted cowl patterns also make incredibly versatile accessories. A larger cowl can be wrapped twice around your neck like an infinity scarf or pulled up over your head like a hood. Cowls are also a great place to experiment with new patterns and techniques. Our collection of 21 Killer Knit Cowl Patterns allows you to pick your poison from a range of styles. Knit yourself an elegant lacy cowl to stave off the chill of late fall and early spring or a chunky one that will bring you through the brunt of winter. No matter what what kind you choose, a knit cowl pattern is a stylish and sensible addition to every winter wardrobe.

 

Shaker Rib Cowl

Shaker Rib Cowl Learning how to knit a scarf doesn't have to be all work and no play. Get ready to shake, rattle, and roll with the colorful Shaker Rib Cowl. Bring some of the brighter aspects of your personality into your everyday wardrobe with this knit scarf pattern. It doesn't take a lot to make this gorgeous knit your own. Wear it at any time and any place. This is one knit cowl that will never go out of season. That's not all. This easy knit scarf pattern is also great for beginners ready to "shake" things up and get those needles moving. Once you get into the groove of things, it won't be long until you've got a beautiful Shaker Rib Cowl of your own.

 

Bamboo Beauty Cowl

Bamboo Beauty Cowl The deep purples and reds of The Bamboo Beauty Cowl are both elegant and sophisticated. This knit cowl pattern features the bamboo stitch, which results in a wonderfully draped, cozy cowl. The gorgeous dark colors of the scarf make it a go-to statement piece for fall or winter. The Bamboo Beauty Cowl would look great with black or other dark neutrals, and gold or silver jewelry. Knit this attractive scarf today and watch how it brings out your inner beauty.

 

Lavender Ice Cowl

Lavender Ice Cowl This pretty kerchief style cowl pattern is a great way to add a pop of color to your outfit. The Lavender Ice Cowl is knit with a beautiful warm plum shade of purple, perfect for bringing out the rosy color of your cheeks on a cold day. This knit cowl pattern is fitted and chic enough to layer over a blazer, yet cozy and warm enough to put on under a jacket. The Lavender Ice Cowl will make a beautiful addition to your cold weather knits drawer.

 

Hawaiian Paradise Cowl

Hawaiian Paradise Cowl The modified star rib mesh pattern of the Hawaiian Paradise Cowl gives it a light and airy texture while still dashing away springtime chills. This pretty papaya-colored knit cowl pattern is a lovely one-skein wonder knit with DK weight yarn on size four needles. The Hawaiian Paradise Cowl is gathered with a small button in front for a decorative touch that adds charm and interest. This pretty cowl is great for a casual weekend outing or lounging around the house on a week night.

 

Cinnamon and Spice Cowl

Cinnamon and Spice Cowl Get out the winter blankets and put the kettle on for tea. Cold weather is here to stay, and there's nothing like the Cinnamon and Spice Cowl to keep you warm all season long. This easy knit cowl patter is a festive and cozy knit accessory you'll reach for every morning before you head out the door. The Cinnamon and Spice Cowl is a beautiful shade of red, reminding us of hot mulled wine or sweet cherry pie. This is the perfect accessory for indoor lounging or outdoor frolicking.

 

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