simple knitting-silver grey cowl:Cast on 28 stitches with TWO strands of medium weight (4) yarn. Row 1-2: K4, *k2, p2, repeat from * until last 4 stitches, K4 Row 3-4: K4, *p2, k2, repeat from * until last 4 stitches, K4 (i think this is called “double seed stitch”)

simple knitting-silver grey cowl:Cast on 28 stitches with TWO strands of medium weight (4) yarn. Row 1-2: K4, *k2, p2, repeat from * until last 4 stitches, K4 Row 3-4: K4, *p2, k2, repeat from * until last 4 stitches, K4 (i think this is called “double seed stitch”)

looks cool

Cardigan Like a Bina Brianca Wrap is Must-have Womens Top

The Hoodie Cowl ~ the most perfect winter chill buster! | Knit Collage

The Hoodie Cowl ~ the most perfect winter chill buster! | Knit Collage

Fiber Flux...Adventures in Stitching: Free Knitting Pattern...Bubblegum Cowl!

Fiber Flux...Adventures in Stitching: Free Knitting Pattern...Bubblegum Cowl!

Bandana Cowl Free Pattern! Notes from someone who made it: use chunky yarn and bigger needle than the pattern calls for otherwise it comes out child sized.

Bandana Cowl Free Pattern! Notes from someone who made it: use chunky yarn and bigger needle than the pattern calls for otherwise it comes out child sized.

Gap cowl. DIY knit pattern found on ravelry. Using bulky weight yarn (or 2 worsted weight held together) and size 13 40" circular needles, cast on 131 stitches. Knit in seed stitch pattern until width is 15". Pattern free on ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gap-tastic-cowl

Gap cowl. DIY knit pattern found on ravelry. Using bulky weight yarn (or 2 worsted weight held together) and size 13 40" circular needles, cast on 131 stitches. Knit in seed stitch pattern until width is 15". Pattern free on ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gap-tastic-cowl

Simple Shawl by Jane Hunter I designed this simple shawl using all of my most favourite aspects of the many small shawls I have made over the years - garter stitch, eyelets and picots.

Simple Shawl by Jane Hunter I designed this simple shawl using all of my most favourite aspects of the many small shawls I have made over the years - garter stitch, eyelets and picots.

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