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Irish Mesh Cowl

By: Linda from Purl Avenue
Irish Mesh Cowl

It's never too early (or too late) to learn how to knit a scarf. With the Irish Mesh Cowl, the task is also quite easy. Knitters of all skill levels will love the ease with which this knit scarf pattern can be completed. With the exception of the two edges, the Irish Mesh Cowl is completed by knitting every round to obtain the simple stockinette stitch pattern. Aside from being an easy knitting project to tackle, the Irish Mesh Cowl is also quick to knit thanks to the bulky weight yarn used. That's not all, though! The Irish Mesh Cowl is also the perfect knitted accessory for year-round wear. With this knitted cowl, you simply can't lose!

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

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

Gauge3.5 stitches, N/A rows, 1 inches. stockinette stitch

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This is a very pretty cowl. The designer used a particular type of yarn that varies in its thickness, so if you use a different type of yarn you may get a slightly different look. On the Web page there is a video to help you with the Irish Mesh part of the cowl. You can also see the cowl done in a dark grey color. Very nice!

Hello, I viewed the video and your instuctions don't match the pattern. Row 1 in the video starts with k2..not so in the pattern. Row 3 starts with K1...again not so in the written pattern. Please clarify. Thank you.

The video is an example of how to knit this particular stitch, not a how to specific to this pattern.

the cotton yarn does have varying weight as it says in the pattern but adds an interesting texture and appearance -

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