Two Row Repeat Knitting Patterns
These knitting patterns all feature a two-row repeat that creates a stunning project that you can easily knit while watching tv or talking to friends. Great projects for beginners and for multi-tasking! Many of the patterns are free
Working at Purl Soho, I have a front row seat to the parade of effortlessly chic people that give our neighborhood its renowned style. From here I can report that, for men and women alike, this season's prevailing trend in neckwear is the bandana. Jauntily tied around the neck, it tops off everything from Sunday's T-shirt and jeans to Friday's night-on-the-town dress! The bandana is a sassy, casual touch that suggests that the wearer possesses an innate stylishness. It's the perfect…
Free Knitting Patterns: Sugar Plum Cowl - Leah Michelle Designs
This easy 1-skein worsted weight cowl is a great beginner project or some easy tv knitting for an experienced knitter. It's worked in the round.
...dated_entry"﹥ 03/14/2017 I cast on 150 stitches and knit until I had run out of yarn. I absolutely love the fabric created, but am not crazy abou...
Lovely Ribbed Cowl
I came to the surprising realization last winter that I am someone who prefers a cowl to a scarf. Perhaps it's because I live in a drafty old house and always want something toasty around my neck, something that stays put, something chic and easy, something that doesn't find its way into the soup I'm making or the dog food I'm pouring! So I decided to make a cowl that is as simple to knit as it is to wear. I love the idea of a vertically ribbed cowl that gently hugs your neck like your…
Long Island Cowl - Blue Sky Fibers
The Long Island Cowl is created with two hanks of American Scenic yarn. A wonderful blend of alpaca, merino and silk, this limited edition Made in the U.S.A. yarn is a delight to knit. Offered in four heathered color options, this cowl is comfy and soft. Pattern No. 201726
Sand Island Cowl pattern by Fiber of Maine
Karen Grover of Seven Sisters dyed the beautiful Pink Granite colorway of her luxurious Apex yarn, which became the inspiration for this cowl. The pattern is just repeated throughout… the result is elegant and the yarn so scrumptious!
Brioche for Beginners pattern by Emma Galati
This simple, cozy cowl makes the most of fabulously dyed fingering weight yarn. It is completely reversible and surprisingly easy to knit! Use Gauge Dyeworks’ Blue Light colourway, which can be divided into two skeins for coordinated colour perfection, or choose your own adventure with two colours of any fingering weight yarn.