Cowls

Knitting cowl patterns are perfect for any time of year. Explore lightweight and bulky patterns in this selection of projects.


Wild Honey Cowl

This cowl is a bigger, cozier version of the original Fiercely Autumn Cowl published in the August 2017 issue. The tweedy aspect of the Arranmore yarn gives a slightly rustic and fashionable look to this intemporal stitch pattern made of ribbing and cables for a cowl that you will want to wear all autumn long.

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Lakeside Cowl

Fall accessories should look dynamic, exude warmth and display knitting savvy. Check, check and check for this plaid cowl. Work this up by knitting the garter stitch in the round and you will have just the thing to spice up your simple sweaters.

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Pumpkin Picking Cowl

This cowl is worked entirely in I-Cords. Each I-Cord is then sewed to make I-Cord rings by closing both the ends. Then another longer I-Cord is knitted which is woven through these rings to make a cowl. It is a quick, fun project!

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Bobbled Chevron Cowl

This bright blue cowl is short and chunky and inspired by traditional designs knitted by assorted fishing communities around the UK coast. According to stories, each fishing port had its own pattern so those lost at sea could be reunited with their homes. This cowl is ideal for beginners as a first project in the round.

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Gold Standard Cowl

Worn doubled, this piece takes on the loft and volume of the luxurious cowl you’ve always wanted. When unstretched, the pattern resembles ribbing, but when stretched across the shoulders, the honeycomb design is revealed. Featuring a twisted stitch pattern that’s easy to master and remember, this cowl is a perfect project for travel or TV knitting.

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