Marian Cowl




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By Pam Allen

The benefits of cowl-wearing are many. The Marian Cowl, an extra roomy tube, offers the snug warmth of a thick, inviting scarf, without the hassle of ends working themselves loose to dangle unevenly in front and back. If you prefer the risk of unruly ends, don’t sew the cowl’s ends together—you’ll have a great scarf.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:
54" [137 cm] circumference and 10½" [26.5 cm] deep

YARN:
Quince & Co. Osprey / river 107 / 3 skeins

NEEDLES:
pair in size US 10½ [6.5 mm]

GAUGE:
12 sts and 20 rows = 4" [10 cm] in stockinette stitch

NOTES:
Cowl is knitted flat beg with a provisional cast on. Ends are joined with three-needle bind off.

SKILLS REQUIRED:
Provisional cast on (link provided), cables, three-needle bind off (instructions included). Charts and line-by-line instructions provided.

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