Quick Cowl Knitting Patterns
Looking for a fast knitting project that gives almost instant gratification? Here are fast cowl patterns that designers or knitters say take a few hours to knit — some even less than an hour! Many of the patterns are free.
Shoulder Cozy Knitting Patterns
These shoulder cozies can drape over the shoulders for more warmth than smaller cowls but are lighter and more manageable than full ponchos. Many can convert easily from a shoulder wrap to a neck cowl by simply pulling up and off the shoulders. Many of the patterns are free
Kansas City Cowl
Designer Kim Guzman has created a stunning pattern that does triple duty as a cowl, a wrap and an infinity scarf. The Kansas City Cowl, knit in NaturallyCaron.com Country, features a gorgeous cabled center panel plus an intriguing drop stitch detail. This stunning one-color project will kick off your 2012 wardrobe in style.
Cowl Scarf - Free Knitting Pattern | Craft Passion
Easy cowl scarf knitting pattern with fisherman ribs stitch. Get the ideas on how to wear it in several ways are included in the post.
The Pale Lady
This pattern is designed to use a single 100g skein of fingering weight yarn. The shawl is just wide enough to go around the shoulders, and can be fastened with a shawl pin to keep the garment in place without too much of a stretch.
Design by Berrocco design by Norah Gaughan Supplies Needed: Berroco Vintage DK (DK weight; 52% acrylic/40% wool/8% nylon; 288 yds/100g skein): 3 skeins Breezeway #2194 Size 5 (3.75mm) 29-inch and 16-inch circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge Cable needle Stitch marker
Three different scales of chevron lace are used to create this delicate lace shawl. This free pattern is available exclusively as a print-friendly PDF file - it's easy to read and requires less paper when printed. To download the pattern, just click the PDF link above. Trouble getting the PDF? Make sure you've downloaded the latest version of the free Adobe Reader software.
The Royal Wave Knitting pattern by Belinda Harris-Reid | Knitting Patterns | LoveKnitting
A shoulder hug in alpaca and wool or alpaca and silk, with only one increase round. The easy ebb and flow of this graceful lace stitch is uninterrupted by seams; as steady and comforting to knit as it is to wear. | The skill of working with lace patterns is to learn how to manipulate the stitch pattern within the shape of the garment. Seams are not ideal, especially for smaller garments, as it spoils the line and flow of the pattern. Hence returning to tubular construction and shaping…