Manhattan cowl version slim by Alfafa Closeupfactory
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Manhattan cowl version slim

January 2017
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 19 rows = 4 inches
US 10 - 6.0 mm
US 9 - 5.5 mm
164 - 180 yards (150 - 165 m)
unique and variable
This pattern is available for free.

Un col bien serré pour tenir au chaud le cou et la nuque.
De plus, il permet de se porter sur le nez pour les cyclistes.

Un joli col “slim” qui ira très bien aux hommes comme aux femmes.

A lovely cowl for men but also for women ! Very warm and useful for riding on your bicycle.

Written in French and English only for the moment but if you want offer your help for translation in others languages… contact me :)

Technique : torsades, côtes.

Matériel pour le col :

  • Environ 150m de laine grosseur n°6
  • Aiguille auxiliaire ou à torsade
  • Aiguilles circulaires n°6

Dimensions (avec la Phil Looping de Phildar et des aiguilles n°6) : 42 cm de diamètre et 26 cm de hauteur.
Col variable en largeur et hauteur (voir la partie astuce du patron).
Peut être adapté pour les enfants également.

Free pattern here (in french for the moment) :

Le patron est gratuit mais ne peut être reproduit, copié ou vendu sans mon accord.

Snug Fitting Manhattan Cowl 

A nice snug cowl to keep the whole of your neck warm. Moreover, it can be worn over the nose by cyclists. 
An attractive snug fitting cowl, which suits men as well as women. 

Techniques: cables, rib. 


• Around 150m chunky/bulky yarn 

• Cable needle 

• 6mm (US size 10) Circular needles 
Measurements (with Phildar Phil Looping and 6mm/US 10 needles): 42 cm diameter and 26 cm long.

one size, adjustable.
Level : novice.

Free pattern French & English versions :

Width and length of cowl adjustable (see tip in pattern). 
May also be adjusted for children.

This pattern is free but may not be reproduced, copied or sold without my permission.
Thanks to Jane (Peggy Ritch on Ravelry for the translation).