A Very Good Cowl Indeed
When I was younger, Alice in Wonderland was one of my favorite stories. I obsessively read the novel and begged my mother to decorate my room in an Alice motif (she did, which resulted in endless nightmares about falling down rabbit holes and becoming sick from magical cookies). The resurgence in Alice in Wonderland remakes has made me a very happy person. When given the chance to knit a cowl for the mystical Caterpillar himself, I jumped at it. The two stitch patterns fold into each other, one featuring whole, complete diamonds, and the other appearing to be leaves with little caterpillar bites taken out of them.
In the round:
Fingering weight: small (9.25” high, 16” circumference), large (11” high, 20” circumference)
Sport weight: small (9.75” high, 16.25” circumference), large (11.5” high, 20” circumference)
Fingering weight: small (9.75” high, 17” circumference), large (11.5” high, 20” circumference)
Sport weight: small (9.25” high, 16.75” circumference), large (11” high, 20.75” circumference)
Available individually ($6), or in a collection of 5 cowls from The Great Cowl KAL ($24). This collection includes:
- A Very Good Cowl Indeed
- Blueberry Scowl
- Like Honey Cowl
- Perpetually Persistent Cowl
- Weeble Wobble Cowl
Note: this collection does not include Flurries Cowl, which is available for free.