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Two Hour Cowl

By: Lauren Dahl from basteandgather.com
Updated November 20, 2019

Pressed for time? Not a problem. You'll still be able to whip up this stylishly simple knit cowl pattern. The Two Hour Cowl is a great pattern for those just beginning knitting who want the satisfaction of finished project in a short amount of time. It's also a great cowl knitting pattern if you are in need of last-minute homemade gifts. Knit in the round with a simple knit and purl rib pattern, this is a squishy, stretchy knit cowl you'll love wrapping around your neck whenever the mood strikes.

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Knitting Needle Size17 or 12.75 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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Super quick, super easy, super warm! This cowl is the perfect solution to cold weather. The cowl is actually doubled up in the photo, so it really will be warm. I would not choose the same color (my skin tone isn't suited for the color), but the yarn looks soft and the drape is lovely. For a gift, a neutral color might be best so it will go well with any winter coat. I think this pattern would work well for a guy's gift if done in a masculine yarn. Has anyone tried that? Would I need to cast one more stitches to make it a bit bigger?

I love the color of this cowl and the yarn looks soft. The drape of the cowl looks perfect. I wonder if the project really would only take 2 hours? My experience with patterns that claim to only take a certain amount of time is that they usually don't work up that quickly in reality.

pattern is gone-click on link and get 404 permanent error code. too bad, I just got some really great yarn to do this one!

Hello! Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention. The link has been updated, so you will now be able to view the pattern. -Kathryn, Editor, AllFreeKnitting.com

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