This pattern is designed for use with 2 skeins of our Alpaca Silk Dk in colorway: Calypso. Choose any color you like, though. You'll need US Size 6 (4.00 mm) straight or circular needles, plus a spare needle for a 3-needle bind off.
About This Gorgeous Cowl:
•Quick to make! Makes a wonderful gift.
•Only uses 2 skeins of yarn so it won't break the bank.
•The pattern repeats so is easy to learn and continue to work on!
•Intermediate level. You'll need a basic grasp on knitting and the various knit stitches.
Designed by Emily Walton
You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.
Enjoy your knitting!
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I have not made this one yet but am sure it will be gorgeous!
Love the pattern but have not had time to make it yet. I am thinking of making it a scarf instead of a cowl. Love the wavy look to the pattern.
I haven't knitted it up yet, but did look it over. I also had 3 friends share this on FB saying how nice it looked - I reminded them that it was a free pattern ( they shared the last day) and told them to log in and download it before the time expired! I know at least one of them did
I am making this cowl now for my daughter. I am using the DK yarn color Scarlet. I am loving this pattern and this yarn!! Easy pattern, just enough to keep it interesting. Can't wait till it's finished! Will make one for me!
Thank you so much for the free pattern I can't wait to make it.
Have not made it yet.
With this company, you get complete pattern instructions that are clear and concise making projects very easy to complete without becoming a partially finished project! I highly recommend all fellow Fiberholics to give Chandi and her crew a try. I do not think you'll be disappointed!
At first I wasn't sure about the pattern but the closer I looked at the stitchery, the more I knew I had to try it! Plus, the way it was modeled ??? Well, for some reason seeing it draped around the upper arm added fuel to the fire - - How much you want to bet 4 goes to a 5 when I get going on it?? I am still stoked I found your sight!! Linda
Love this pattern! Can't wait to make it!!