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Gorgeous Grape Knit Cowl
Gorgeous Grape Knit Cowl
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If you're searching for an airy summer cowl knitting pattern, then you must see this Gorgeous Grape Knit Cowl. Incorporating a light-as-air texture, this free knitting pattern will show you how to make the most unique, drapey cowl out there. The front of this cowl is an open, breathable knit while the back is a thicker flat knit, so the cowl stays in place. Though this cowl looks divine in grape, it would also be lovely in a fluffy white or gauzy yellow. Just choose your favorite color and customize this knit cowl pattern to your heart's content.

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Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm, 4 or 3.5 mm, 5 or 3.75 mm, 8 or 5 mm

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

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This drapes beautifully. Given the time I have spent knitting cowls and infinity scarves, I could have knit two wardrobes of sweaters, but there is something fascinating about these cowls. This one I am going to wear with my leather blazer love the look of them together

What a cute pattern! I think this would be great to wear indoors, too. I agree, I think this could be a bit looser, but other than that, it's a pretty scarf!

Wow, this is so pretty! I love the lacy, delicate look of the front. Almost like a necklace. I'd probably alter it a bit to be a bit longer, for a looser drape around the neck. Lovely!

Lovely cowl. For my first go for this pattern, I'm going to be making this about half as wide so it is not as full in the front.

When I knit this cowl I will lengthen it to follow lower around my neck, so I may wear it in hood fashion.

Love this pattern and tried it with a #3 weight yarn I had on hand and half way through I frogged it. Definitly use the 2 weight so it falls softly.

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