This beginner cowl can be made in two sizes - a small classic cowl - or a long infinity fringe scarf - the pattern includes directions for either. Both are sure to be a classic, easy to wear style to add to your wardrobe. Adding fringe to the cowl is easy, with directions on multiple ways to cut the lengths needed. Using a self-striping yarn like the sample will create a unique project each time.
This pattern is perfect for an adventurous beginner - it's worked in the round, with a few portions worked back and forth - with detailed directions and guidance on where to work each section.
PLEASE NOTE: This listing is strictly for a pattern, not a finished product.
Supplies: Yarn: DK or worsted weight yarn will work best, 150-300 yards.
Cream/pink sample used 125 yards of DK yarn, Lion Brand's Mandala.
Teal/grey sample used 290 yards of DK yarn, Lion Brand's Mandala.
Hook: I (5.5 mm) hook
Notions: Yarn needle for weaving in ends, something to cut fringe with.