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A unique and quick knit for your little one! This pattern will walk you through making a cozy cowl for your little one. Perfect for chilly days under a coat or over a dress. Pattern created with lots of care!
**Looking for another animal? I have additional animal cowl patterns available in my shop!**
Skill Level Intermediate
Yarn Size #4 Medium
bo- bind off; co- cast on; dpn- double-pointed needles; k- knit; k2tog: knit two stitches together; ktfb: knit through the front and back of the stitch to create one new stitch; m1- make one stitch; p-purl; pm- place marker; sl- slip; st- stitch; p: purl; RS: right side of work; ssk- slip, slip knit; section; st- stitches; WS: wrong side of work
I-cord This method will allow you to create a thin stretchy cord. For this project, the cord will be coiled to create roses. Using DPNs, CO three sts and knit them. Without turning work, move the needle with the stitches on it to your left hand. Slide sts to the far right side of your needle and knit them again. Continue in the manner until i-cord reaches the length called for in the pattern.
6 in (15 cm) wide by 24 in (61 cm) long (26 in long for an older child)
Body-- Color A: 1 skein #4 medium weight yarn—130 yards (125 meters)/4.7 oz (131 grams)
Tail, ears-- Color B: 1 skein #4 medium weight yarn—40 yards (36 meters)/1 oz (28 grams)
Antlers, nose-- Color C: 1 skein #4 medium weight yarn; 7 yards (6.5 meters)/.18 oz (5 grams)
Daisy-- Color D: 1 skein #4 medium weight yarn; 6 yards (5.5 meters)/.14 oz (4 grams)
Rose—Color E: 1 skein #4 medium weight yarn; 6 yards (5.5 meters)/.14 oz (4 grams)
Leaf-- Color F: 1 skein #4 medium weight yarn; 4 yards (3.5 meters)/.07 oz (2 grams)
Original model made using Big Twist Premium in:
Snow (Color B)
Cocoa (Color C)
Yam (Color D)
Salmon (Color E)
Kale (Color F)
Because the nose, antlers, flowers, and leaves require such small amounts of yarn, this project is a great way to use up small scraps of worsted weight yarn you may have left over from other projects.