Easy Bandana Cowl
I thought I would make a knitting post as my first "real" post on my new site. If I'm not reading, or drawing, or walking the dog. I'm knitting, so I thought I would share one of my recent favorite patterns found on Ravelry. This pattern can be found via the following link. Best of all this pattern is FREE!
This is a simple and quick knit. I made these as Christmas gifts, which were a big hit. Best part about this pattern is that you can adjust it easily or knit in a different weight or needle size. All you really need to do is make sure the neck opening measures to the specified measurement. I always look for adjust-ability in a pattern because I tend to look for patterns to knit with yarn in my stash rather than buying yarn specifically for a project.
You can also knit it longer or shorter, depending on what you want to achieve. I have knitted the pattern much longer than it calls for, which I preferred. You can also knit it shorter if you want to achieve a smaller bandana look. I've tried this using sock weight, and DK. I'm thinking I want to make another in a nice worsted.
Above: First cowl finished. Yarn used Malabrigo Mechita 121 Marte.
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