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The Hyacinth Cowl is a simple design, great for those looking to move beyond simple rectangles. A few interesting stitches, including purl two together (p2tog), will keep more advanced knitters interested. The silk and cashmere yarn creates a soft, buttery fabric with amazing drape and slight sheen.
With an inner tube-like construction, and an amazingly luscious hand dyed alpaca yarn, the Inyo Cowl should definitely be on your “must knit” list this fall. The lofty halo from this beautiful yarn gives depth to even the simplest of stitches; Stockinette knit in the round flies off your needles.
The Indigo Swan Cowl could not be easier. Or quicker. A mistake rib and semi-solid yarn make the stitches come alive. A simple two round repeat, chunky weight yarn, and large needles equal a fast weekend project. Perfectly suited to all types of knitting…for gifts…on raining afternoons…you get the idea.
Knitting: Cowl, Shawl / Wrap, Neck / Torso - Other
This cowl can be worked in two sizes – as snuggly cowl that fits underneath your jacket, or as the larger version that can be worn slouchy over the shoulders. The pattern is written for the small size with instructions in parentheses for the larger version.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Cloche Hat
Stripes, texture and slipped stitches come together in this sweet, lightweight hat. A great transitional piece, this is knit in a wool/silk blend, creating a nice slouchy hat perfect for spring and fall. Knit it in neutrals for a subdued look, or make it feisty with a punchy color combination.
The Mogul Cowl & Infinity Scarf Recipe is written to serve as a guide for creating any size cowl using the angular basket weave stitch pattern. Though the featured samples and pattern recipe show two sizes: Small and Large, it is up to the knitter to determine the finished size and fabric drape for their cowl.