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Fluffy Clouds Cowl

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Fluffy Clouds Cowl
Fluffy Clouds Cowl
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The Fluffy Clouds Cowl is a beautiful free knitting pattern you can wear anywhere you please. The knit cowl is highly versatile and easy to work up, so you will soon be making one for all your friends and family members. In order to boost the softness of the cowl, the pattern calls for baby yarn. Imagine how luxurious the yarn will feel around your neck once you are done with this knit scarf pattern. You may love it so much you won't want to take it off! In addition, the pastel blue color of this cowl makes it a perfect spring knit, because the yarn is not too heavy and hangs loosely around the neck.


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

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

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This is a pattern you have to pay attention to when you are knitting. The brioche is a bit different and I am glad there is a video. I could not understand from the directions alone. It will make a lovely cowl and instead of using two strands of baby yarn there may be a soft bulky yarn you can use as well. Once you get the hang of the stitch it should go quickly. I would use a provisional cast on to make it easier to knit together and have a nice seam at the end.

This pattern uses a combination of techniques, length, and yarn that works really well. I like the clean lines of this cowl. This scarf is perfect for those not-so-cold days when you need just a little warmth. What makes this scarf so soft is that it uses baby yarn that is doubled.

This cowl is beautiful and knits up so quickly and easily. I agree with the suggestion that you use a yarn that feels soft and comfortable to you. Life is too short to make a scratchy feeling cowl. I used a pinkish yarn to match my gloves, and I love how it looks.


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