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Easy Custom Cowl Pattern

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You'll love knitting this Easy Custom Cowl Pattern from Louise Knits! Pair it with a black winter coat for an extra pop of color. This free knitting pattern is so easy, you'll have plenty of time to knit a few for DIY gifts for friends. A basic eyelet pattern gives this cowl a subtle lacy look, without the hassle of a complicated lace knitting pattern. Whether you are looking for beginner knitting patterns or quick knits, you will have a blast making this knit cowl pattern. Don't let holiday knitting overwhelm you, with this simple pattern you'll be able to keep everything under control.

Easy Custom Cowl Pattern
This image courtesy of luisafelice.blogspot.com

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Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm

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

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I also want to add that I really don't understand why people insist on being rude on the internet. We are all lucky that there are so many people out there willing to share their talent with us for free. It makes it easier for all of us to practice the craft we love, but may not have tge time, patience, or skill to design ourselves.

I love lacy knit patterns, especially if the pattern is easily memorized. And, the reason she says cast on multiple of 9 plus 4 is so you can customize it to your desired length. And a false cast on is a provisional cast on, which you can easily look up if you don't know howcto do it, but if you read through the pattern you'll see that she tells you an alternative way to do it if you want. If the pattern isnt to your liking, that is fine, but there really is no reason to insult the designer.

I chose this lovely pattern as my first project for my handspun yarn. It was an excellent choice! The pattern was very easy to follow and quickly memorized. My hand-dyed handspun cowl looks marvelous and I'm proud to wear it. Thank you for such a beautiful pattern!

How can you possibly call this pattern easy. Starts with use however many stitches it takes? Are you freaking kidding me? And what novice knitter knows what a false cast is? This is the worst pattern I have ever seen posted on any site anywhere.

You're entitled to your opinion, what you are not entitled to do is ruin it for everyone else. there are plenty of knitting sites on the internet, you'd probably be happy somewhere else with your entitled opinions and attitude. The pattern clearly states it is an intermediate pattern, but easily customizable, which is a great learning experience for anyone looking to advance their skills.

The pattern states to cast on a multiple of 94. That's pretty clear. I wish more patterns included that information so I can increase or decrease a pattern on my own.

what could be simpler - cast on a multiple of 9 4 and the designer tells us she used 58 stitches 6 x 9 stitches with the 4 stitches added. One can increase it if needed or decrease it -- add to the 54 or subtract from it by multiples of nine then add the 4 to the eventual number of stitches... as for your attitude, I really wonder if you belong in this group..

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