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Slanted Ridge Cowl

Slanted Ridge Cowl
Slanted Ridge Cowl
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The Slanted Ridge Cowl is a soft and cozy addition to your cold weather wardrobe. The beautiful color is certainly pleasing to the eye and your neck will feel so comfortable when you wear this knitted cowl pattern. Beginner knitting patterns do not get much better than this, because the possibilities are virtually endless when it comes to the ways you can wear this knit cowl. Whether you drape it loosely around your neck once or wear it close to your face for additional coverage, this knitted cowl pattern is a real showstopper. If you're just beginning your knit journey, do yourself a favor and work up this cowl today.


Knitting Needle Size35 or 19 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge4 sts and 9 rows = 4” [10 cm] in garter stitch

Finished SizeApprox 26” [66 cm] around x 15" [38 cm] wide

Materials List

  • Bernat® Mega Bulky Sparkle™ (8.8 oz/250 g; 53 yds/48 m) - Sweet Pea Sparkle (01223) 2 balls or 90 yds/81 m
  • Bernat® Mega Bulky Sparkle™ (5.8 oz/165 g; 36 yds/33 m) - Sweet Pea Sparkle (05223) 3 balls or 90 yds/81 m
  • Size U.S. 35 (19 mm) knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge


Cast on 26 stitches (sts).
1st row: Wrong Side (WS). Increase 1 st by knitting into front and back of next st (Kfb). Knit to last 2 sts. Knit next 2 sts together (K2tog).
2nd row: Knit.
Repeat (Rep) last 2 rows until work from beginning (beg) along side edge measures approx 26” [66 cm], ending on a Right Side (RS) row.
Cast off knitwise (WS).
Sew cast on and cast off edges together (tog).

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I have visions of being admitted to an addictions centre to find help with my addiction for cowls and scarves, mostly for cowls. Oh, I enjoy knitting sweaters too, but there is something about cowls have to knit this one too... may soon have to join them in a series of looped fragments as drapes or wall coverings I am assuming that the Materials List with its two types of yarn each with a different requirement as to numbers of balls of yarn, is to allow knitters an option as to yarns??

No, the notation at the beginning indicates how many balls in each size skein to complete the cowl. You need a total of 90 yards so 2 of the larger skeins or 3 of the smaller skeins.

I'm a little confused about the materials list. How many yards - total - is needed for this scarf?

90 yards.

This cowl is absolutely gorgeous. I'm just wondering if it would have the same drape looked when I complete it at home. I often have that problem with knitting most cowls and infinity scarves. Has anyone tried this one out yet?

So you knit into the front and back of the first stitch only, on every second row? All the rest of the stitches are knit? Thanks!

Not quite, you are increasing at the beginning of every second row and decreasing at the end of it with a knit 2 together, that's what will give you the "slant". It looks good, I'm going to do it too!


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