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First Snowfall Cowl

By: Linda from Natural Suburbia

This white, fluffy knit cowl pattern looks like a giant pile of freshly fallen snow. The First Snowfall Cowl is both warm and cozy, and knits up in no time. This pretty cowl can be looped around your neck up to three times, so feel free to wear it nice and snug, or let it hang loosely down your front. The First Snowfall Cowl is a beautiful white color, so it's the perfect winter accessory to go with all your winter gear.

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Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm, 11 or 8 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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To clear up a possible problem... the pattern states that a make 1 and a Yarn Over are the same - they are not! With a Make 1 (M1) you pick up the bar between 2 stitches to make a new stitch. In a Yarn Over (YO) you bring your working yarn over your needle to make a new stitch. How you do a YO depends on the kind of stitch that comes before, and the kind of stitch you will be knitting after your yarn over. Example between 2 knit stitches as you would do in this pattern.

I love the look of this pattern! I might try to use a smaller yarn - I'm not as big of a fan of the super chunky scarf look, but the pattern is beautiful

Not the usual cowl - strikingly different

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