Pattern Category: Cowls

A modern knit ruff pattern for a modern knitter – Rainbow Ruffle Cowl

| Cowls, Knit, Red Heart Yarns, Size 4 Yarn, Yarnspirations

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Want a modern knit ruff? Well, the Rainbow Ruff Cowl is my fun little mix of a Elizabethan ruff and my knit Jacob’s ladder patterns. Plus it’s rainbow, so it’s even better! This pattern starts with a long garter stitch rectangle that’s seamed together. Next stitches are dropped and looped in bunches to gather the cowl.

At the end of this pattern is a chance to win a giveaway of the yarn needed for this pattern. Giveaway ends January 1st, 2020.

Rainbow Ruffle Cowl - modern knit ruff pattern by Jessie At Home
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Claire’s Cowl – an elegant knit cowl that keeps your neck warm and tucks into your coat

| Cowls, Knit, Red Heart Yarns, Yarnspirations

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This is another pattern that I designed in my head years ago. I’m not sure why it took so long for me to make it. I wanted a cowl that fit snug all the way up my neck and then flared out at the bottom so it could tuck into my coat. Then I liked the idea of a bit of ruffle/flare at the top as well, just to look pretty. In the pattern notes I explain how to make Claire’s Cowl without the top flare, and how to make the bottom longer if you have a deeper neck on your coat.

Claire's Cowl free knit pattern by Jessie At Home

The yarn used in this pattern was provided by King Cole.

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Half Hour Cowl – super quick and fun and made with your hands!

| Cowls, Knit

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The Half Hour Cowl is just that – A cowl that only takes half an hour to make! It looks like knitting, but it’s not made using knitting needles or any tools at all, you make it with your fingers. It’s made with just one skein of Red Heart Loop-It yarn. I’ve included a video to show you how it all comes together, and also have instructions on how to make your cowl even longer if that’s the look you’re going for.

Half Hour Cowl free pattern by Jessie At Home

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Chunky Cable Cowl

| Cowls, Knit, Size 7 Yarn

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                   Chunky Cable Cowl Hat a free knit pattern at an intermediate skill level                 designed by Jessie Rayot

The yarn used in this pattern was provided by Tahki.

Cunky Cable Cowl free knit pattern by Jessie At Home

Chunky Cable Cowl
Knit Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

This simple little cowl is cozy enough to keep you warm, but small enough to stay out of the way as you layer up for colder weather. Make it today for a quick accessory that will stay with you through the winter.

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Becky Cowl

| Cowls, Knit, Size 4 Yarn, Yarnspirations

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Becky Cowl
Knit Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

The Becky Cowl is a triangular fringed wrap with a turtleneck top. It is made entirely with knit stitches, no purls. The fringes are made by dropping stitches, and they are loop fringes, so no worries of them fraying!

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Twisted Cowl free knit pattern

| Cowls, Free, Knit

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Twisted Cowl is the sister pattern to Daniel’s Hat and Scarf set, which is available from the Cast Off Chemo Ravelry store. This pattern features a seeded rib stitch with the occasional diagonal stripe. The diagonal stripe is made using increase and decrease stitches, so no cable needle is needed. Enjoy!

Twisted Cowl free knit pattern by Jessie At Home
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