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#120 Double Cabled Cowl PDF Knitting Pattern

  • #120 Double Cabled Cowl knitting pattern
  • #120 Double Cabled Cowl knitting pattern
  • #120 Double Cabled Cowl knitting pattern
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Product Description

Cowls are an easy and stylish alternative to scarves this season!

This one features a wonderfully easy double cable pattern to add lots of textural interest.

It knits up quickly in the round (no seams!) and can be worn like a folded-over turtleneck or scrunched down for a cool, slouchy look.

A great quick gift knit using less than 3 hanks of Cadena yarn from Knit Picks!

The cable pattern really is easy, despite how it looks. . . great for the knitter wanting to try out cables for the first time!

Fave/Queue this pattern on Ravelry.

Errata (10/22/14 corrected): p. 1, "requires less than 2 hanks" should have said less than 3. 264 yards is the correct yardage required.

Finished Knit Measurements: 27 ½" [70 cm] around x 12" [30.5 cm] high.

Skill Level: Intermediate level knitting pattern

Yarn Used: Knit Picks Cadena (70% Peruvian Highland Wool, 30% Superfine Alpaca); 3.5 oz/100 gram [110 yds/101 m] per hank): 3 hanks in Natural #23782.

Gauge(s):
Pattern Gauge: 24 sts (One rep of Double Cable) = 5 ½" [14 cm] and 20 rows = 4 ½" [11.5 cm] in Double Cable Patt on size 11 [8 mm] needles.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:
A bulky weight yarn in a wool/alpaca blend with a gauge of 3-3 1/2 stitches per inch on size 9-11 US / 5.5 - 8 mm needles.
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Total Yardage Required:
264 yds [241 m].

Some suggested yarn substitutes to try:
If you have a yarn substitute to suggest for this project, email us!

Knitting Needles Used: Size 11 [8 mm]: 24" long circular needle OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE.

Please note: SweaterBabe.com patterns are authorized for home use only and are not to be knit/crocheted for resale. All pattern sales are final.


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  1. Cozy and Classy

    Posted by kat whittaker on 20th Dec 2014

    This cowl classes up any outfit or winter wear. Nice an cozy to wear in the cold.

  2. The Cowl for any Season

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Dec 2014

    This is a cowl you could wear anytime and anywhere the weather permits. The pattern was easily attainable, instant download, well written and easy to understand. I highly recommend it.

  3. I love Sweaterbabe's patterns!

    Posted by Pat Moore on 20th Dec 2014

    All of their patterns are very skillfully designed and come out very well.

  4. Snuggly and stylish at it's best!

    Posted by Melanie Richards on 20th Dec 2014

    This pattern results in a very wearable, soft and stylish cowl that gets you many, many compliments! It's so soft and comfortable! I have had many requests for this one, but for now, it's all mine!

  5. fun to make, fun to wear

    Posted by kathy on 20th Dec 2014

    Go for it, you won't be disappointed!

  6. High Priority List

    Posted by Teckla on 20th Dec 2014

    Haven't actually made it as it's just too busy with Christmas right now, but it's high on my to do list. This looks pretty easy, cozy and comfortable. Can't wait to get started!

  7. The Latest Fashion

    Posted by Frances Rautenbach on 20th Dec 2014

    This pattern was chosen by a city person in her 30's, very astute regarding fashion - she bought the yarn recommended, and loved it. It was to be a gift from me - it was an easy quick knit. It has been worn a great deal (unlike many of my knitted gifts!) The recipient comments on its cosiness, it makes her feel hugged and comforted, but she also comments on its versatility - because of the pattern, it can be worn in many different ways, for different effects and different uses; she attributes its continued use to this factor above all. Thank you for the part you played in this young woman's affection for me as the person who gave her this gift!

  8. Cabled Cowl

    Posted by Robin Ludwig on 20th Dec 2014

    The cowl looks amazing. It doesn't appear to be too difficult to make. And it looks like it will be very warm as well.

  9. surprisingly easy

    Posted by Charlotte Cox on 20th Dec 2014

    This is a warm quick project . Great for a gift.

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