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One Skein Strawberries and Cream Cowl

Short on yarn? No problem! Need a little color pick-me-up? Great! The One Skein Strawberries and Cream Cowl is the answer to your knitting woes. This cute and spring knit cowl pattern is proof that you don't need skeins upon skeins of yarn to stitch up a beautifully designed pattern. The One Skein Strawberries and Cream Cowl features the Flemish block lace, a pretty stitch that mimics the look of mountaintops. This pretty pink cowl is a must-knit for spring.


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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Wow, what a lovely pattern for a cowl! The light weight yarn and lace give it a very soft look. I don't think I could afford the baby alpaca yarn used for it though, so would have to substitute another DK or light yarn for it, but I'm sure it would still look great.

This pattern is mildly complicated in that one has to pay attention to the directions, but the result is well worth it.

I knowe this is recommended for an intermediate knitter. I don't know if I am there yet. I have pulled out my work 2 times all ready. I need to know if the number of stitches between the markers will always stay the same once I start the pattern. I love the look of this pattern.

Hi, From what I can gather glancing over the pattern, I would say that the number of stitches stays the same for each row. You could also ask the blogger for more clarification, or take the pattern to your local yarn store for more help. Editors of AllFreeKnitting

When a pattern like this calls for DK light yarn, could you use baby yarn? It seems like every pattern I like, call for expensive yarn.


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