Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Rebecca Cowl

Cowls are really popular right now.  I've made at least 10 in the last few weeks.  Cowl patterns are best when they are simple and use chunky yarns.  There is something about the texture of a chunky yarn that is beautiful and warm at the same time.  Perfect!

One of my favorite patterns is a blanket pattern.  I've used it for hats and scarves as well as blankets.  The other day, I decided to try and see if it would work for a cowl.  Look what I came up with! The Rebecca Cowl.

The Rebecca Cowl with 4 rows.

Front Post stitches facing out.

Front Post stitches facing in.
 It is flexible in that you can elect to make it longer or shorter and wider or thinner depending on your preferences.  You can also use bulky yarn or worsted. It really is up to you!

The Rebecca Cowl Pattern is now available for free using the link below. It has pictures to help you create the pattern.  You will love it!
Click here to get your copy of the Rebecca Cowl Pattern.
Or here.

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