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Textured Cowl Pattern (Knit)

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Textured Cowl Pattern

Pattern Delivery This pattern is available as a digital download only; no paper versions are available. Please save this pattern to your computer or mobile device before starting your project.
Designer Margery Winter
Craft Knit
Yarn Used Landscapes - 545
Pattern Yarn Weight 4 Medium
Skill Level Level 3 - Intermediate
Project Type Cowl, Scarf
Size One Size
Dimensions Finished Circumference About 33 in. (35.5 cm) Finished Height About 5 1/2 (14 cm)
Textured Cowl Pattern (Knit)

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  • Curled edges

    I regret being the first to review this pattern with a negative response - but here's a heads up for a solution that's a problem with the end result of the knitted cowl. The edges curl up very significantly. There are several solutions for this problem in knitted garments but it's a bit tricky to come up with a solution AFTER the garment is completed. I know from experience that no amount of pressing or blocking will offer much more than a temporary "fix". One thing that can be done to a finished piece that is curled is to add a row or two of single or double crochet to the edge. The other option is to add knit and purl ribbing or a few rows of garter stitch edging. My solution will be to add a few rows of garter stitch using picked up stitches along the cast on and cast off edges. I am knitting the cowl to 5" wide rather than the suggested 5 1/2" due to the added width of the added on edges. Wish me luck, hope this helps. Landscapes yarn really does look great though in this pattern. Good luck ladies!!

    8/29/2018 By Gitte

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