Thursday, December 02, 2010

Free Cowl Pattern

I decided to get my hair cut on the spur of the moment. Since it would be my last visit to my hairdresser before Christmas, I wanted to give her a gift. But what?

I browsed the shelves at my LYS and found a bulky weight yarn I really liked—Plymouth Yarn “Multiplicity.” At first I thought it would make a nice scarf, but then I opted for a cowl—a little more style than a plain scarf.

I didn’t have time to search my books and Ravelry to find a pattern, so I just cast on and started knitting. It came out great, only took a few hours to finish, and my hairdresser absolutely loved it. So I figured I’d share the ultra-simple pattern with you! Enjoy.



One size fits all

1 skein Plymouth “Multiplicity” yarn in color 3167 or your choice

1 pair size 15 knitting needles

Cast on 20 stitches.

Pattern: K1, *K2tog, YO. Repeat from * to last stitch, K1.

Work in pattern until you’ve used up all or nearly all the yarn, and ending with a stripe of the opposite color than you started with.

Bind off. Flip one end over to put a twist in the cowl; sew or crochet ends together.

Can be worn around the neck, or pulled up over the head as a hood.

Merry Christmas!



Blogger Katminder said...

I love it! Simple but stylish!

11:29 PM  
Blogger KnitTech said...

Very pretty.

9:22 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth Delisi said...

Thanks, Katminder and KnitTech. It came out pretty well...and knitting with bulky yarn and size 15 needles was a wonderful break from the complex lace socks I've been knitting for my daughter for Christmas. The yarn was great, self-striping and interesting with its thick-thin texture.

9:27 AM  
Anonymous Fran Baker said...

Beautiful, Elizabeth. I'm going to make this as my present to me (for finishing my book and my Christmas knitting ahead of time). Thanks. And Merry Christmas to you and all the RTYers, too.

7:14 PM  

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