“Peak” Knit Cowl
Knitting Pattern by B. Hooked Knitting, Copyright 2017.
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Gather Your Supplies
- 1 skein, Patons Peak yarn (Eggplant shown), approx 160 yds
- US 11 Circular Knitting Needles, 24″
- Darning Needle
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- CO – Cast On
- K – knit
- Rep – Repeat
Gauge and Sizing
6.5 sts x 9 rows = 2″
Your finished cowl will measure approximately 14″ wide when laying flat and 9″ long (with rolled edges)
This knit cowl uses a very simple stitch and unique yarn to create luscious texture. For assistance with the cast on process, have a look at my video demonstrating the long tail cast on:
For assistance with the knit stitch, have a look at my video demonstrating how to knit the garter stitch (which looks stockinette when knitting in the round):
For assistance with the cast off, have a look at my video demonstrating the simple bind off:
These three videos cover the entire process of knitting this pattern. Feel free to leave comments below with any questions!
CO 85. Join to work in the round.
Round 1: K every stitch.
Rep round 1 until your cowl measures 11″ long when laying flat. This should use one skein of yarn. Simple bind off and weave in your ends. The rolling effect adds to this design, however, if you would like to decrease the amount of roll on the top and bottom edges, I recommend wet blocking your cowl.