Amplitude Cowl


Amplitude Cowl


Amplitude Cowl
Amplitude Cowl

"I like cowls that are knitted flat. A technique that's easier to use on flat pieces than on pieces worked in the round is intarsia. Here's a new pattern for a knitted cowl with a wavy intarsia pattern in shape of a sinus curve - starting with a provisional cast on and finished with grafting in garter stitch. It's basically all in garter stitch and therefore very easy to knit. The finished piece is long enough to fit twice around your neck."


Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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I really love the look of this scarf, but I would work it different colors since I am not a big fan of green. The overall pattern seems pretty easy, although it uses some difficult techniques, such as intarsia and grafting. But, I still think with some patience it could be worked up by most.

I love this pattern. It is unusual and a challenge to knit. I love a challenge! And yet not that difficult. It is a great way to add different colors. The pattern is well written, gives a lot of videos to watch for instructions and shows how to do the cowl in different lengths. If need be, you could also make a regular scarf if you so desire. Thank you.

This is an incredibly unique pattern. I love how smooth the curves are, and it's interesting that this pattern is knit flat.


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