Clementine Cowl Pattern - knit cowl using fingering or sock weight yarn - great for hand-dyed yarns!


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NOTE: This listing is for a pattern to make your own Clementine Cowl

The Clementine Cowl is a cozy burst of warmth around the neck. Worked in the round using fingering weight yarn knit fairly loosely, the drape and softness of this cowl is exquisite. The striped texture pattern showcases many types of yarn - from self-stripe, to hand-dyed, to solid. The texture pattern also keeps the knitter’s interest piqued - a little bit of circular stockinette to relax and “zone out” and then some moss stitch to keep things interesting.

The pattern is presented in both written words and charted instructions. On the pattern is also a handy check-sheet to help you keep track of your rows.

Finished Size: 24" circumference by 18" depth

Needle size: US 5 circular needle 24" or size needed to obtain gauge

Gauge: 5.5 stitches and 7.5 rows = 1" in stockinette stitch

Uses one 100 gram ball of most sock/fingering weight yarns. About 440 yards are necessary.

    Average review
    I’ve made two beautiful cowls with this pattern. Easy to follow instructions, fun and interesting to knit.
    Jan 12, 2018 by Katherine Doolittle
    Helpful seller, and a very nice pattern. I look forward to using it!
    Nov 29, 2016 by Carol Chase