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This chunky winter cowl would make a cosy addition to your winter wardrobe.
The chunky ribbed cowl is an easy pattern to follow, all you need is some knowledge of the knit and purl stitches.
This neck warmer has been made using chunky yarn to ensure extra winter warmth!
This is a beginner knitting pattern and the techniques involved are knit and purl stitches, K2tog and working on either circular needles or double pointed needles.
The cowl pattern is easy to follow, knitting in the round on circular needles.
This easy knitting pattern is great for any beginners who are learning how to knit, as it is a great project for learning the basic knitting stitches.
The cowl size can also be adapted if you want to make it smaller or larger, just measure the circumference of the recipients neck/shoulders and adjust the number of stitches you cast on.
If you would like to make more knitted items for women, please take a look at the other patterns in the women’s knitting pattern library.
You can scroll down to see the free pattern below or you may choose to purchase the printable ad-free pdf version from my shop.
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Easy Cowl Knitting Pattern
Pair of 10 mm (US 15) circular needles 24″
Chunky yarn – For example Lion Brand Hometown in Red
Knit Cowl Pattern
Cast on 92
Join in the round and place a stitch marker at join.
Be careful not to twist.
K2, P2 (Ribbing)
Continue in rib until piece measures 12 inches.
Next Row – K1, M1, K1, P1, M1, P1 to end
K3, P3 until piece measures 15 inches.
Add more or less in terms of measurement depending on how long/short you want the cowl to be.
Cast off in Rib.
Weave in loose ends.
Approx = Approximately
Beg = Begin(ning)
Cont = Continue(ing)
K = Knit
K2tog = Knit next 2 stitches together
P – Purl
M1 = Make 1 stitch
Rem = Remaining
Rep = Repeat
Rnd(s) = Round(s)
SKPO – Slip one, knit one
St(s) = Stitch(es)