Cowl

Knitting
December 2015
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
2 stitches = 1 inch
in stockinette stitch
US 15 - 10.0 mm
130 yards (119 m)
Small and Large
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Excerpted from Susan B. Anderson’s Kids’ Knitting Workshop by Susan B. Anderson (Artisan Books). Copyright 2015. Photographs by Lauren Volo. Illustrations by Alison Kolesar.

Cowl
A cowl is a loop, long or short, that can be worn for warmth in the cold weather or just for style. It is also called an infinity scarf. This is a fun and simple project, but it will take a bit longer than the Little Hat and Wrap Bracelet.

This pattern has something new: size options. To read the pattern correctly, first you should decide if you want to make a small or large cowl. The number for the small-size directions will always be written first. The number for the large-size directions will always be written second, in parentheses. Make sure to follow the correct set of instructions for the size you are making.

Sizes
Small (Large)

Yarn
Small: 1 skein Bulky weight (about 100 yards)
Large: 1 skein Super Bulky weight (about 130 yards)

Needles
US size 15 / 10 mm, 24-inch circular needles

Gauge
2 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch

Other things you’ll need
Stitch marker
Ruler or tape measure
Scissors
Yarn needle