An easy, quick project that will give you instant gratification—not to mention keep you warm as the temperature starts to drop this fall.
This cowl is knit in the round in one piece using super bulky weight yarn.
It features a row of eyelets that serve two purposes. It gives visual interest as well as provides a place to weave in a crocheted tie. This tie can be used to cinch up the neck and keep you even warmer—perfect when worn under a vest or coat. Worn with or without the crocheted tie, this cowl will feel great not to mention knit up super fast!
This is a free pattern, available in PDF format: download now
Gauge: 2 sts = 1" in rib pattern
Yarn: 132 yds super bulky yarn, shown in Blizzard by Reynolds (65% alpaca, 35% acrylic; 100 gm = 66 yards), 2 skeins in Buff.
Needles & Other Supplies:
• US 13 / 9 mm 24” / 61 cm circular knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge
• Size N crochet hook (if you want to create crocheted tie)
• 1 stitch marker