forest park cowl
A simple cabled cowl with garter stitch ribbing.
Asymmetrical in shape, forest park cowl becomes wider partway through your knitting to allow for a more stylish slouch when worn. The simple repetitive cable pattern is spaced by garter stitch ribbing to give this cowl a classic, textured look.
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A PDF version of this pattern is available for download on the pattern website.
Approximately 300 yards/274 meters aran weight (or worsted weight, depending on your gauge) yarn.
keep in mind that the yarn used in the sample is more of a worsted weight than an aran. adjust your needle size if you want to use a true aran
The Plucky Knitter Primo Aran (75% Merino, 20% Cashmere, 5% Nylon); 200 yards/183 meters per 115 grams. Approximately 1.5 skeins used.
One US 7 (4.5mm) 16” circular (or 20” if preferred) needle.
16 sts, 24 rows per 4”/10cm, garter stitch ribbing.
10.5”/26.6cm tall; 24”/61cm circumference at smallest opening, 33”/84cm circumference at largest opening.
cable needle (optional)