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Bittersweet Cowl

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Cuddle up with this cozy Bittersweet Cowl that's great for the winter. This classic free knitting pattern is simple, stylish and fun to make.

Bittersweet Cowl
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Knitting Needle Size: 9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I made the Bittersweet Cowl in a beautiful peacock blue for my niece who just loves it! The pattern is easy to read and understand. Don't hesitate to give this one a try!

I made the Bittersweet Cowl in a beautiful peacock blue for my niece who just loves it! The pattern is easy to read and understand. Don't hesitate to give this one a try!

I made this Bittersweet Cowl pattern in a beautiful peacock blue for my niece. It was absolutely beautiful and she just loves it! Pattern is easy to read and very understandable. Don't hesitate to give this one a try!

I made this Bittersweet Cowl pattern in a beautiful peacock blue for my niece. It was absolutely beautiful and she just loves it! Pattern is easy to read and very understandable. Don't hesitate to give this one a try!

I just finished this cowl and it looks great! I really enjoyed making it as well )

I made this cowl and it was a great project. The cowl is so beautiful and I enjoyed making it!

There appears to be errors in the pattern as written-it states to work 6 rounds garter stitch, garter stitch is all knit, then its says to knit 6 rounds, then to garter stitch 6 rounds beginning with a purl row-if its all knit, how are they getting a purl row? I'm wondering if where it says to garter stitch, if it is in fact stocking stitch? Very confusing!

I know it sounds counterintuitive, but when working in the round knitting every row creates stockinette stitch. To get garter stitch alternate knit and purl rows.

My window for Bittersweet Cowl 3942690 free pattern did not open for Knitting directions.

I've made this beautiful cowl twice and it is wonderful. I've just starting knitting just a couple of months ago, and this pattern helped me feel comfortable reading a chart, following a pattern, and adding something lovely to my wardrobe. Many of the ladies at my crochet/knitting group have asked for the pattern. I'll probable make a few more!

I would like the pattern for the bittersweet cowl. I do not have a blog

Hi, tribblecat 3942690. You do not need to have a blog to access the pattern; anyone can access it! Simply click on the link that says "Click here for knitting pattern," and a new window should open with the pattern in full. Hope this helps! --Editors of AllFreeKnitting

The symbols are T's and O's. T's leaning to the right mean knit 2 together. T's leaning to the left mean init 2 together into back of loop. O's mean yarn over. Hope this may help you.

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