Knitting Tutorial - simple yet fabulous textured stitch - only 2 rows! - from The Purl Bee - pattern for using it in a cowl is given.

Knitting Tutorial - simple yet fabulous textured stitch - only 2 rows! - from The Purl Bee - pattern for using it in a cowl is given.

You will need approximately 250 yards of worsted or aran weight yarn. A single-ply yarn or one with some alpaca or silk content will drape best. The cowl is meant to stretch out when blocked.

You will need approximately 250 yards of worsted or aran weight yarn. A single-ply yarn or one with some alpaca or silk content will drape best. The cowl is meant to stretch out when blocked.

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…

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…

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