The Cowl Knitting Collection: 5 Patterns for Infinity Scarves and Cowls
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Scarves are one of the best, most versatile accessories. Whether you use them to add a splash of color to an outfit or to keep yourself warm during chilly fall strolls, every knitter needs a repertoire of go-to scarf patterns. Start your collection off on the right foot, with this selection of new projects featuring infinity scarves and cowls that knitters of all ages are bound to love.


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Scarf necklaces are usually seen made out of T-Shirt fabric, but now you can make your very own using I-cords. All you need are 12 I-cords to braid together into a unique, lightweight accessory. This super-quick knit is just what your summer knitting list has been looking for. Read More 


Inspired by schools of fish in the sea, this geometric and modern cowl is an eye-catching piece. Complete with a twisted garter edge, the Kiona Cowl is an intermediate pattern for those wanting to test their skills. Be sure to check out the matching Kiona Mittens in the Mitten Collection! Read More 


Luna is a reversible knitting pattern that is worked in the round. Starting with a garter stitch edge, the body of the scarf is a ribbing pattern and then finished by another garter stitch edge. Make Luna as an infinity scarf or as a cowl — the choice is yours! Read More 


Gia is a quick intermediate project using garter stitch with elongated slipped stitches for visual interest. Wear it looped once or twice for extra warmth. You’ll love how cute this looks with your favorite jean jacket. Read More 


Auden is a great textured chunky infinity scarf designed for the stylish woman of today. A gorgeous combination of hurdle stitch and garter stitch gives this scarf a luxurious texture and softness. This is a great first project for a beginner and an excellent project for quick gifts. Read More