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Blue Skies Fair Isle Cowl

Blue Skies Fair Isle Cowl
Blue Skies Fair Isle Cowl
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The Blue Skies Fair Isle Cowl is the ultimate cold weather accessory. The soothing colors add something special to this free cowl knitting pattern. Plus, you can wear this pattern a variety of different ways for maximum style points. This beautiful knit cowl is complete with a wave, heart, and zig zag pattern, so you are sure to stand out from the crowd. You'll certainly never want to take this cowl off, because it has such a unique and interesting design. This free knitting pattern will keep your neck nice and warm on those cold and blustery days, so work up this cowl pattern today and see for yourself.

NotesSIZE: One Size
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Approximately 32” around x 8” long
GAUGE: 20 sts and 24 rows = 4” on #8 needles in stockinette stitch
Keep yarns loose across the back, catching long floats after 4 sts. Leave both yarns attached throughout cowl.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Brown Sheep Serendipity Tweed 1 skein ST95 Crocus (A) and 1 skein ST18 Soft Meadow (B)
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch marker


Using A, cast on 160 sts. Join in the round being careful not to twist stitches. Place marker for beg of round.
Rnds 1-5: *Repeat Corrugated Ribbing
Rnd 6: Using A, knit.
Rnd 7: Using A, purl.
Rnd 8: Using B, knit.
Rnd 9: Using B, purl.
Rnds 10-17: Follow Wave Chart.
Rnd 18: Using B, knit
Rnd 19: Using B, purl
Rnd 20: Using A, knit.
Rnd 21: Using A, purl.
Rnd 22: Using A, knit.
Rnds 23-28: Follow Hearts Chart.
Rnd 29: Using A, knit.
Rnd 30: Using A, purl.
Rnd 31: Using B, knit.
Rnd 32: Using B, purl.
Rnds 33-40: Follow Zig Zags Chart
Rnd 41: Using B, knit.
Rnd 42: Using B, purl.
Rnd 43: Using A, knit.
Rnd 44: Using A, purl.
Rnd 45: *K2A, K2B; rep from * around.
Rnds 46-50: Repeat Corrugated Ribbing.
Rnd 51: Using A, knit.
Using A, bind off.


Weave in ends. Block.


Corrugated Ribbing
*P2A, K2B; rep from * around

  1. Waves Chart

  2. Hearts Chart

  3. Zig Zags Chart

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