Polyrhythm Knitted Cowl Pattern

$4.95

This pattern is designed for use with 2 skeins of our Resilient Sock Yarn in colorway: Powdery Plum. Choose any color you like, though. 

You'll need US Size 4 (3.5 mm) 32” circular needles or larger (for accommodating the large number of sts).

Why You'll  Love This Cowl:

•Whip out those wild colorways as this simple, yet striking pattern can handle it. 

•So so so wearable. I mean... grab your coffee and your favorite book and pop this cozy cowl on. You're set for an amazing day, I say!

•Simple but not boring... the pattern shifts and changes just in time to keep your attention, without being too complex. Great for travel knitting or knit night.

Notes from the designer:

I love texture. I'm crazy about it, really. I've always been a tactile person; I need to touch and pet and squish things, and run my hands over them to feel the sensation of the texture across my whole palm, not just my fingertips. I don't like mindless knitting; I need my brain to stay engaged, even when I'm TV knitting. This cowl is all about my need for texture, while changing things up just often enough to stave off boredom. Just when you start to get bored with one texture, it's time to change it up! It's also about my love of shadow rib, which started with the Della shawl. I can't get enough of this stitch; I love it the way other knitters love garter stitch. It's simple to work, looks great on both sides, and can be used in a variety of pieces for varying effects. I like how it and the hedge pattern offset each other in this piece. Each section is separated by an easy cable repeat that works as a pillar to define each texture block. The name came from my love of the Japanese girl group Perfume and their song "Polyrhythm" (which can be heard on the  Cars 2 soundtrack, or so I'm told). It's a love song about how our feelings keep circling in an endless loop until they finally reach their intended person. It seemed an appropriate name for an infinity scarf!

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!

Chandi

 

 

Full Description

This pattern is designed for use with 2 skeins of our Resilient Sock Yarn in colorway: Powdery Plum. Choose any color you like, though. 

You'll need US Size 4 (3.5 mm) 32” circular needles or larger (for accommodating the large number of sts).

Why You'll  Love This Cowl:

•Whip out those wild colorways as this simple, yet striking pattern can handle it. 

•So so so wearable. I mean... grab your coffee and your favorite book and pop this cozy cowl on. You're set for an amazing day, I say!

•Simple but not boring... the pattern shifts and changes just in time to keep your attention, without being too complex. Great for travel knitting or knit night.

Notes from the designer:

I love texture. I'm crazy about it, really. I've always been a tactile person; I need to touch and pet and squish things, and run my hands over them to feel the sensation of the texture across my whole palm, not just my fingertips. I don't like mindless knitting; I need my brain to stay engaged, even when I'm TV knitting. This cowl is all about my need for texture, while changing things up just often enough to stave off boredom. Just when you start to get bored with one texture, it's time to change it up! It's also about my love of shadow rib, which started with the Della shawl. I can't get enough of this stitch; I love it the way other knitters love garter stitch. It's simple to work, looks great on both sides, and can be used in a variety of pieces for varying effects. I like how it and the hedge pattern offset each other in this piece. Each section is separated by an easy cable repeat that works as a pillar to define each texture block. The name came from my love of the Japanese girl group Perfume and their song "Polyrhythm" (which can be heard on the  Cars 2 soundtrack, or so I'm told). It's a love song about how our feelings keep circling in an endless loop until they finally reach their intended person. It seemed an appropriate name for an infinity scarf!

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!

Chandi

 

 

Current Stock:
Craft Knit Free/Paid Paid Yardage 800 and up Yarn Base Resilient Sock Yarn Weight Fingering

Customer Reviews 5 (6 Reviews) Write a Review

Polyrhythmic cowl
5 Stars

Absolutely breathtaking cowl. It's going to be a holiday gift for a very happy recipient....and then one for me as well!

Beautiful cowl
5 Stars

Great pattern haven't made it yet and the fab thing is it was free

Polyrhythm cowl pattern
3 Stars

at little hard for me to work. I have never done cable before. I have to take it slow. Pretty pattern.

polyrhythm knitted cowl
5 Stars

This is an amazing pattern, just spectacular enough to wear with anything, but easy to make and, as always, very clear pattern directions.

Cowl Pattern
5 Stars

Love this pattern! I did it in slightly heavier fibre from Expression Fibre Ats, but it came out really quite beautiful! I'm going to make another one once I find more yarn that I love!

Cowl Pattern
4 Stars

Hi, I haven't had a chance to make this cowl yet. But I love how easy it was to place my order and looking forward to ordering from Expression Fiber Arts again.