Wasabi Cowl


Wasabi Cowl


In a hurry but still want to make a fashion statement? Look no further than this chunky cowl knitting pattern. If the color of the Wasabi Cowl doesn't draw people in, the soft and cozy texture of the yarn certainly will.  Personalize your quick knit pattern with a decorative button of your choice. The best part about this striking knit cowl pattern is that it only takes an hour and a half to complete, making it fantastic for last minute homemade gifts.


Knitting Needle Size19 or 15 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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Bulky yarn is always so warm and works up quickly. I love the thick and thin texture of this yarn, but it has sadly been discontinued. But, I am sure there are plenty of substitutions out there. It really makes this cowl stand out more. This a perfect winter scarf and because it works up quickly can be made in multiple colors.

only ninety minutes in the making and you have a quick gift or a new dash of style for yourself - 90 minutes well spent

I made this as a last minute holiday gift and it worked up quickly and I was able to finish it just in time. I didn't think it ended up too bulky. I used a thick and thin super bulky yarn and it was perfect for the pattern. The yarn was ombre and it was perfect for the pattern!

I bet this cowl would make a great last minute gift.

This pattern is beautiful.

I love the yarn, it's fun to knit. The pattern seemed a little odd. It ends up with a hankerchief style, with a V down the back. I didn't like it and ripped it all out. I will find a pattern that's more a circular design. But it is a creative style!

Appears to be a waste of really good yarn-its too bulky for this style-I showed the pattern to my entire group (63 members) not a single person was interested in making it-infact, somone put the pattern through the shredder before the meeting was even over.

I been seeing this beautiful Cowl.I was hoping there was a pattern.Thank you so much! I love ur site

yarn looks too bulky

I love this cowl, quick and quirky, just make it for a last minute Christmas gift, thank you!

Hi, snlhardee 2725026. Because the yarn is so bulky, the button will probably fit through any existing hole in the cowl without having to create one. However, if you have specific questions, you can contact the pattern designer directly. Her email address is included below the pattern. Hope this helps! --Editors of AllFreeKnitting

how do you secure the cowl? Do you not need a buttonhole?

With a bulky yarn if you feel you need a permanent place for a button hole (if you are using a supersize button for example) you only need to cast off one stitch in the position you want the hole in one row and then cast on one above it on the return.

Not 90 minutes, not at my house anyway!! still a nice collar!

@barbara1466 2802502, We just printed the pattern on our end and it printed in English. Once you download the free pattern from Ravelry, it will open as a PDF file. To ensure successful downloading, please make sure you have the latest version of Adobe installed on your computer. Thanks! --Editor of AllFreeKnitting

when I printed the pattern for 90 min cowl - it printed in a foreign language. HELP


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