This listing is for a printable PDF pattern only.
Looking for a simple pattern to show off a special skein of yarn? Or a quick knit for a gift? This is a bulky version of my Fringed Bandana Cowl and perfect for using a single skein.
A simple garter stitch triangle that is worked flat and seamed together into a cowl, with a drop-stitch fringe - no worrying about loose shawl ends slipping off your shoulder! The cowl starts on one end and increases to the middle point, then decreases down the other side. Joining is done with either the mattress stitch, or using a provisional cast on and kitchener stitch to join the sides. With this quick, easy pattern you’ll want to make a couple in different colors, and it’s a great way to use up scraps of bulky weight yarn (or two strands of dk/light worsted weight yarn held together).
Gauge is not very important in this pattern, although it does use almost a whole skein of 100g bulky weight yarn. If you have a scale you can stop increasing when half of the yarn remains, otherwise follow the pattern for when to begin decreases.
The gray sample is knit with Bernat Roving. This is a heavier bulky weight and I used the entire skein with just a little left at the end. The variegated sample is a dyed KnitPicks bare Wool of the Andes Bulky. I find KnitPicks Wool of the Andes to be a bit lighter weight so I get more yardage from them - I had about 20g leftover from this skein.
This pattern is written in standard US terms. Upon purchase you will receive a link to download the pattern file. For additional information or to see other completed projects, please check out my Ravelry pattern shop :(https://www.ravelry.com/stores/stefanie-canich-designs)
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Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
I make every item by hand and strive for perfect products. However, if you're not pleased I will accept returns if you contact me within 5 days of receiving your order. Custom orders and patterns are non-refundable. Returns are only accepted if items show no signs of use or damage. After the return is received you'll be refunded in the same way that you paid, or with in-store credit (minus shipping).
Most of my sewing has to wait until evening after a full day of schooling and playing with kids so it's difficult to do custom orders. I hope that as my kids get older, and I get more sleep, I can resume accepting custom orders!