Reflect your love for your local yarn store! This cowl cleverly spells LYS forwards and then reflected backwards. And of course, there's a heart at the bottom.
The cowl looks as if it's just pretty shapes, but you and your yarn store will both know how much love you send their way!
A second version of the cowl is included that spells the word LOVE forwards and backwards as well, for those of you who want to reflect your love for everything!
This pattern is available only through Ravelry's in-store sales from your local yarn shop between April 27, 2019 and January 1, 2020. Please buy it from them to support your local shop!
This beautiful cowl, made of cables and hidden lace, glows with shape and texture.
You can make it as short and high, long and thin—whatever width and height you desire. Although it looks complex, it is just a matter of a few simple cables, a few yarn overs, and knitting and purling.
Easy directions give you a check-off sheet for each row so that you never lose your place.
Learn to make entrelac with this easy and beautiful cowl. Once you get the technique down, add beads! We show you how.
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Mini skeins of fingering-weight yarn are so appealing! But what do you do with them? This cowl provides one of the answers.
Texturation combines colors with a pleasing texture to keep the knitting interesting--and to give you a beautiful product.
Part of the fun with this pattern is playing with color combinations. Each cowl you make is a different experience!
Wrought-iron railings have always fascinated me. The people who bend metal into a myriad of gorgeous shapes are true artists. This cowl is inspired by their work.
I used a self-striping yarn for both the foreground and background. It is such fun to watch the design emerge!
This cowl fits fairly closely around the neck; if you wish for it to be longer, be sure to buy extra yarn. You can simply add repeats.
This pattern is easy to follow but does assume that you already know how to do Fair Isle.
Two colors of Noro Kureyon or Silk Garden are strongly recommended, but use any worsted- or Aran-weight yarn.
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Beautiful waves of stripes make this cowl a pleasure to knit and a dream to wear. It is designed with an uncomplicated lace pattern, separated into logical sections by stitch markers for ease of keeping track and memorizing the pattern.
“Jogless-jog” directions are given so that the transition between colors remains relatively straight instead of jumping when knitting in the round. Directions are also given for a scarf or shawl.
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This mobius cowl looks like water running through a water wheel. Garter-stitch bands look as if they slow down the water-like flow of the cables between them. The play of garter and cables creates an undulating edge.
This cowl is not only gorgeous; it also teaches you a number of skills. You can learn how to create simple, reversible cables so that the front and back look the same. (Since it's a mobius, both sides show.) The ends are finished either with Kitchener stitch or simply started and ended to create a scarf.
Who doesn’t need a big, yummy cowl for the winter? This one is simple—a great beginner project! Use any yarn you prefer; any number of colors; stripe it, make it solid, make it all the colors for all your friends and family—whatever you wish. This pattern teaches a cool little striping technique to make the stripes look beautiful on the purl stitches when adding new colors. It is designed for beginners who may never have done ribbing before.
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This beautiful cowl with a Japanese-lace influence gives you layers to keep you warm and gorgeous on those beautiful, snowy mornings. Make it with beads. They’re not only fun and easy to add; they make it extra special.The cowl is designed in three successively smaller tiers so that it lies nicely against the body and keeps the neck warm.
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This cute little cowl is designed to hug the neck high under a coat. It is not just decorative—it is warm. It is fast to make and is perfect for a gift! No one will ever know how easy it was.You can make it in one of two ways: (1) a seamed version with a decorative bind off that pulls over the head, or (2) a button-band version to keep perfect hair looking perfect!.
This simple little cowl can be thrown over a t-shirt, and you look dressed up with no effort. The seed-stitch pattern is simple to make, and a large needle creates plenty of drape. Any bulky-weight yarn will do--and while you’re at the yarn shop, be sure to look for a few spectacular buttons to complete the look.
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