The Fuchsia Snowflakes Cowl features a tessellation snowflake design based on traditional Scandinavian knitting. Modeled after the bold Snowflake Infinity Scarf from February 2017, this cowl sits perfectly around the neck and provides just the right amount of extra warmth and coziness. Knitted as a single layer tube and in the round, this fair isle beauty is guaranteed to be a favorite this season.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Size: 8.5 (11, 11)” tall x 21 (25.25, 29.25)” circumference
Shown in size 25.25”.
Designed to be worn with 2-4” positive ease when measured around the ears
Gauge: 20 sts and 22 rows = 4” [10 cm] in pattern in the round (unblocked);
21 sts and 21 rows = 4” [10 cm] in pattern in the round (blocked)
Yarn: Malabrigo Rios (100% Superwash Merino Wool; 210 yards [192 meters]/100 grams): 093 Fucsia (MC), 1 skein; 063 Natural (CC), 1 skein
Needles: US size 8 (5 mm): circulars, 16 (16, 24)” [40 (40, 60) cm]
Notions: 5 (6, 7) stitch markers (of which one should be a different colour to the others); tapestry needle
This pattern is knitted as a single layer tube in the round.
Always bring the MC up under the CC when changing colour, this ensures that the motif is dominant on the background.
The longest float in this design in 5 sts, so the floats do not need catching in place.
Using MC, CO 110 (132, 154) sts. Join in the rnd taking care not to twist the sts. Pm to mark beginning of rnd; unless otherwise stated, slip this marker at the end of every rnd.
Rnd 1 (RS): *K1 (MC), k1 (CC); rep from * to end.
Rnds 2-5: *K1 (MC), k1 (CC); rep from * to end.
Rnd 6: K to end (MC).
Rnd 7: *Work 22 sts from Rnd 1 of Snowflake Chart, pm; rep from * to final 22 sts, work 22 sts from Rnd 1 of Snowflake Chart.
Rnds 8-39 (50, 50): Work Snowflake Chart Rnds 2-22, then work Rnds 1-11 (22, 22) once more, slipping markers as you go.
Rnd 40 (51, 51): Work Snowflake Chart Rnd 12 (1, 1), slipping markers as you go.
Rnd 41 (52, 52): K to end (MC).
Rnd 42 (53, 53): *K1 (MC), k1 (CC); rep from * to end.
Rnds 43 (54, 54)- 46 (57, 57): *K1 (MC), p1 (CC); rep from * to end.
Rnd 44 (58, 58): K to end (MC).
Using MC, BO all sts loosely.
Weave in all ends.
Wash the cowl following the instructions given on the ball band. Flatten the long tube of the cowl so that the end of round jog is at the centre of the back rather than at one edge; this centers the design and conceals the jog. Lay the cowl out to the dimensions given and allow to dry.
I am very dismayed to discover that there is no download links at all on this page, not even for the necessary chart that is crucial to complete this project. Please correct this as I would dearly love to make this for several friends for gifts.
Hello! I do sincerely apologize for the delay. Here is the link to the chart! (also now on the right hand side of the page below the photos)
where is the chart for the snowflakes? Forgot to print it?
is the fuchsia snow flake chart the same as the snowflake infinity scarf????
so where is the chart????? Scandinavian knitting without a chart is impossible!
Scroll down to see downloads that include the chart.
can’t find the chart for this pattern…
Can’t register for the pink sock yarn the form is very confusing takes the county where the zip goes?
This is just beautiful! Such a cheery & festive combination of stitches & colours. I am excited to start this project. Instructions mention a “Snowflake Chart”, but I can not locate it on the pattern page. Usually downloads are located under the photo column, but I doesn’t appear there. Should I look somewhere else? Many thanks!!