Frozen Lake Cowl


This gorgeous ice blue knit cowl pattern is sure to keep you nice and toasty all winter long. The Frozen Lake Cowl has a simple stitch design with an easy to follow pattern that is perfect for newer knitters. This pretty cowl knitting pattern can easily be made larger or smaller, so loop it around your neck as many times as you like. The beautiful blue cold weather knit will flatter every skin tone and hair color, making it a great gift that your friends and family will love every time.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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This is a lovely color cowl. However, the yarn the designer used, Hartlam, is a merino blend that comes from South Africa. So if you'd like to make this cowl you will need to find a light worsted or DK weight yarn to use. You might be able to find something in a similar color, but I'm sure this cowl will look nice in whatever you use.

It is an easy cowl to work up and it demonstrates that by using the right yarn, a simple pattern with a simple stitch can look so elegant. The pattern has different options which makes it very flexible. I love it and it should work up quickly. Thank you.

I love the color of this yarn and the interesting texture of the cowl. It is an easy pattern and should be a pretty quick knit. Thank you for including instructions on how to make it shorter or longer or even thicker to accomodate different tastes.

I love the name of this one.

I am interested in the colorway of the yarn used. It is beautiful but I couldn't find it at the link for the yarn.

I'm new here and am learning my way around too. Just under yarn weight specifications, it says Click here for knitting pattern. Words are green and underlined on my screen. Here is the direct link.

How do I print this pattern? I can't find anything that says print.

Some websites do not allow you to automatically print their patterns. You'll have to cut and copy this into a word document and print from there.

If you look way down the page you'l see some icons. There is one in green that generates a print-friendly view. This pattern is also on Ravelry.


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