Loom Knit Rolling Waves Cowl by Kristen Mangus

Loom Knit Rolling Waves Cowl

Loom Knitting
April 2018
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette - UKnit Stitch
US 15 - 10.0 mm
190 - 196 yards (174 - 179 m)
One size
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Just like the constantly shifting waves of a wind-tossed sea the Loom Knit Rolling Waves Cowl is full of texture and movement. I won’t say that you can smell the salty air when you wear it, but you can almost feel the ocean breeze.

I designed this project on needles as part of the DFW Designer’s Collection, Vol. 2. The stunning knit and crochet patterns were all created by designer’s in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas and I’m honored to be part of such a talented group. After I finished the needle version, my first thought was to convert the pattern to the knitting loom.

You guys won’t believe how easy this pattern is knit up! It is essentially stockinette stitch with a pattern of oversized eyelets that are super simple to make. I also designed the pattern so you join the cowl and bind off at the same time so there’s nothing to sew. So grab your Extra Large Gauge Loom and chunky yarn and let’s loom knit the Rolling Waves Cowl together.

The pattern contains a written pattern with schematic as well as a video tutorial.


¾” Extra Large Gauge (XLG) Loom with at least 33 pegs; 40 peg Boye extra Large Hat (aff. link) loom used in sample.
Tapestry Needle
2 stitch markers




12” (31.75 cm) x 36” (91.5 cm) approx.


12 sts and 18 rows per 4” x 4” (10×10 cm) in stocking st.