Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Superior Cowl Part Two

This cowl has quickly become a shop favorite as it is so soft and luxurious to knit and wear!! So... without further ado, here is the pattern

Superior Cowl
by, Patricia Scribner

Yarn: Superior by Filatura Di Crosa Golden Line
Needles: US 6 - 16" or 24" circular

Loosely cast on 100 stitches. Place marker & join for working in the round being careful not to twist stitches.

Work 6 rounds in garter stitch (knit 1 round & purl 1 round).
Knit in Stockinette Stitch for about 21" & finish off with 6 rounds garter stitch.

Bind off very loosely - consider using a larger needle in your right hand to make the bind off as flexible as possible.

Sew in your ends & put it on - now you know why this yarn is named "superior".



Kay-From the Back Yard said...

I like it; simple and elegant!

Anonymous said...

thank you for the pattern. simple is the best and combined w. a gorgeous yarn makes for a wonderful knit piece! --- knittinnow

Ayne Sophia said...

Would this work in black for a MAN? I want to make him something to wear when he's on his motorcycle, definitely in cashmere or cashmere/silk and definitely in black.

Anonymous said...

Can you tell my how much yarn you used for this wonderful cowl?

Thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

I too would like to know how many balls of yarn you need for this cowl?

Linda Wakefield said...

How do i download this pattern

Valerie Hoffman said...

It says 300-328 on the ravelry page for yardage.

Kate N said...

Im so excited to make this pattern and have cast on 100 stitches but cannot reach from one end of needle to the other to knit in the round. I am using 24" needles as recommended...any suggestions?

Gail said...

Thank you for the pattern. Knitted it out of Juniper Moon varigated and it is soft and fun and light as a feather, but warm as toast.

Melodee said...

I had the same problem. Did you figure it out?