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Scrappy Bias Cowl Knit Pattern

By: Joanna Curley from goddesscrochet.com
Scrappy Bias Cowl Knit Pattern
Scrappy Bias Cowl Knit Pattern

Stand out this winter when you make this Scrappy Bias Cowl Knit Pattern! The easy knit pattern is stylish, chic, and will look great with your winter gear.

From the blogger: "Gather your scraps of yarn and create a colorful and unique cowl. I prefer cowls to scarves, since you don't have to fiddle with a cowl to keep it in place. You'll be holding two strands of yarn together throughout the project, so your cowl will work up super thick and cozy. You can really have fun with color. Holding two of the same color strands together will give you a solid block of color, and changing just one color/strand out at a time will give you a cool fading/marling effect. Once your knitting measures approximately 23" to 35," youll bind off, fold the ends together, and seam/stitch together. If you are doing a crazy color scrap cowl like I did, take some time to weave in the tails as you go along. Trust me. Stay warm!"

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Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm

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

Gauge6 stitches and 6 rows in 2” garter stitch

Materials List

  • Size 11 knitting needles (straight or circular)
  • Approximately 200 yards worsted weight yarn

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This cowl is a great way to use up odds and ends of yarn. It really looks great with the design at an angle. You won't see this cowl all over the place and will have people asking you to make them one. A great way to keep your neck warm with the cold weather here. Thank you for the pattern.

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