Betangled Cowl by Jennifer Weissman

Betangled Cowl

September 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 9 - 5.5 mm
330 - 660 yards (302 - 604 m)
S, M, L
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The Betangled Cowl is a warm, luxurious cowl for those coldest of days in deep winter. The fabric is completely reversible, with dramatic ribbed cables on a garter-stitch field. This cowl is knitted from one short end to the other, and then the ends are connected with a button closure.

The pattern includes three sizes: a single loop, a longer single loop that can be worn around the shoulders, and a double loop. The circumference of the loop can easily be adjusted as you go. Although the pattern calls for worsted-weight yarn, dk and aran-weight yarns will be equally beautiful.

Fully written instructions are provided, along with an optional chart.

The Betangled Cowl is a fun, satisfying knit with dramatic results.

If you’d like a hat to match, see the Betangled Hat here!
And the Betangled Shawlette is available here!

Circumference: 25 (33, 50)”/64 (84, 127) cm after blocking
Height: 11”/28 cm after blocking

Approximately 330 (475, 660) yds/302 (434, 604) m of worsted-weight yarn

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