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Groovy Tassel Cowl Pattern

Groovy Tassel Cowl Pattern
Groovy Tassel Cowl Pattern
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This Groovy Tassel Cowl Pattern has a truly vintage vibe. Giving off a distinctly '70s feel, this cowl knitting pattern is worked in flashy multicolored yarn and incorporates blanket-style tassels around the edges. This free knitting pattern pairs the shape of a turtleneck with the warmth of a scarf, without all the bulk, but with added style. Plus, this is an easy knitting pattern, so it's not as complicated as it looks. Pair this vintage style cowl with oversized sunglasses for a hippie feel, or work it in a more muted shade for a modern look. 


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is another example of a pattern where the yarn choice makes all the difference. This would look wonderful over a solid color outfit. You could even wear it inside over a solid color dress, suit or top. The instructions are easy enough, the most work is the tassels. I like bright colors so this is perfect for me. Knit up in a simple rib it is easy enough to do. Thank you.

I love the idea of the tassles and the colors really stand out. Dark sweaters and coats often get worn in winter and a cowl like this with would really pep up the look.

This cowl is certainly unique. I would not have selected the color choices but I think I kinda like the fringe. That is what makes this pattern unique. Thanks for the freebie

I am not sure why my first thought about this pattern was - a dickie for the outside. At any rate, I love it. Not sure about the bold colors but I love the fringe. Thank you for the free pattern.

I love the look of this as it is just so unique, I think it would be a great pattern for a teen especially in the bright colours as it stands out. I am planning on making this soon and having looked at the pattern it seems really easy to make a simple it is knitted mostly in rib and the tassels added afterwards. The website has great photos showing how to add the tassels and it I see really clear to follow.

Too colorful in a way for me, I would prefer it in a single color or something that's dull. This though is unique and definitely looks smart, could be used as a scarf too right? Thanks for the idea

I love how bold and funky this pattern is! It's meant for a fun and groovy look. And super easy. Giving this one a try!

I can't say that I am a huge fan of this pattern. For me, it is visually too much to take in. It can't seem to decide if it is a turtleneck, a poncho, or a's just some kind of weird jumble in between. I would like to see it in a more muted colour palette to see if my impressions change about it. Another thing that concerns me about the pattern are the excessively long fringes. I would worry that they would easily get tatted and fray with wear. This just isn't the pattern for me.

vivid and vibrant and fun - and with a different colour scheme could be quieter as always options abound


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