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.
Skill Level: Easy
Size: Small (Large); 24 (34)” finished circumference
Gauge: 13 sts and 20 rows = 4” [10 cm] in garter stitch after blocking
Yarn: Cascade Yarns Baby Llama Chunky (100% Baby Llama; 109 yards [100 meters]/100 grams): 19 Acai (C1), 1 ball; 16 Honey Gold (C2), 1 ball; 18 Dark Ivy (C3), 1 ball; 15 Scarlet (C4), 1 ball; 01 Ecru (C5), 1 ball
Needles: US size 10½ (6.5 mm): 24” circular
Notions: Markers; tapestry needle
This pattern is worked in the round. C4 and C5 are sewn in at the very end. Both sizes of cowl can be worked from the same 5 skeins of yarn!
With C1, CO 60 (80) sts.
Follow Chart (C4 and C5 are sewn at the end).
Note: Knit on odd number rnds and purl on even number rnds. Work Chart 6 (8) times around.
Work Rnds 1-20 three times total.
With C2, BO all sts.
Weave in Strips of C4 and C5 as seen in Chart.
Use photo tutorial as a guide.
Weave in all ends and block.
Looks complicated very pretty
Follow what chart?
There was no Chart 6 in the to follow or print????
That is the number of time to work the chart for the shorter length. So, if you’re working the shorter cowl, you’ll repeat the chart 6 times. I hope this helps.
There was no chart or actual instructions for this cowl to even make it short or long
Please scroll down to find the chart in the list of DOWNLOADS
There is no Chart 6 to print?