Valleys Knit Cowl Pattern
Looking for a simple and easy knit cowl pattern this one is for you.
Don’t forget to check out the matching hat pattern here.
Here in PA, it is now considered Winter. The air is cold, and I need warmth. After buying a new Jacket for the season, I created the Valley knit hat pattern. I then have decided that I needed a matching cowl to go with the hat and jacket, so I am now introducing the Valley knit cowl pattern.
Like the Valley knit hat pattern it works up very quickly and only uses knit and purl stitches. I have written instruction along with a picture for you to create your very own. The pattern is written for adult by casting on a multiple of 4 stitches the pattern can be altered to fit any size.
I hope you enjoy this very easy knit pattern.
K2tog- Knit 2 together
Bo- Bind off
P2tog- Purl 2 together
|Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick Yarn Coney is Land
Us 13 9mm circular knitting needles
pom pom maker
(Note I have used example pictures from my hat pattern its all done the same just a cast on of more stitches in multiples of 4.)
Cast on 86 stitches with a long tail cast on.
Round 1-4: K1, P1, K1, P1. Repeat this around till round 4. (86)
Round 5: P1, K3 sts, P1, K3 sts. Repeat this around. (86)
Round 6: K1, P3 sts, K1, P3 sts. Repeat this around. (86)
Round 7-8: K1, P1, K1, P1. Repeat this around till round 4. (86)
Round 9: P1, K3 sts, P1, K3 sts. Repeat this around. (86)
Round 10: K1, P3 sts, K1, P3 sts. Repeat this around. (86)
Round 11-12: K1, P1, K1, P1. Repeat this around till round 4. (86)
(Repeat from round 5-8 till you reach about 42 rounds.)
Round 43-46: K1, P1, K1, P1. Repeat this around till round 4. (86)
I hope you all enjoy this pattern. I had fun creating it.
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