Stryped Cowl Knitting Pattern DK or Worsted Weight
Stryped Cowl Knitting Pattern DK or Worsted Weight
Stryped Cowl Knitting Pattern DK or Worsted Weight
Stryped Cowl Knitting Pattern DK or Worsted Weight
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Stryped Cowl Knitting Pattern DK or Worsted Weight

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This is an easy and relaxing cowl that uses 100 grams each of two colors of worsted weight yarn.

Approximate Finished Dimensions:
33 ¾” circumference x 13 ½” long before blocking
42” circumference x 13 ½” long after blocking

Materials
200—yards each of two colors in worsted weight yarn. We used Malabrigo Rios (210yds/100G skein, 100% Pure Merino Superwash):
Color: 027 Bobby Blue (A), 083 Water Green (B)
- US Size 7 (4.5mm) 24” (60.96 cm) circular knitting needle
- 1 stitch marker
- a tapestry needle

Gauge
20 sts, 28 rows = 4” in st st on US Size 7 (4.5mm) knitting needle before blocking.
16 sts, 28 rows = 4” in st st on US Size 7 (4.5mm) knitting needle after blocking. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.

Designer Note: Since the cowl is worked in the round with stripes, there is a tendency for the beginning of the round to have a “jog.” A jog is when the stripes don’t line up at the beginning and end of the round. To prevent a “jog” from occurring, slip the first stitch of every other round purlwise, with yarn in back. In addition, there is no need to cut the non-working yarn. Simply carry it up loosely on the inside of the work. Twist it together with the working yarn at the beginning of the round on every other round.