Bulky yarns are truly in this season. Every catalouge or store I've seen and been to has a vast array of bulky scarves and cowls. Bulky yarns scream cozy, warmth and for a knitter – instant gratification. The temperature in the northeast has gone from 75 to 55 in the last two days. It seems as if we are skipping Fall completely.
I find it a little funny that I'm such a cowl maker this season. In the past, the ones I've tried just didn't seem to lay right or they weren't snug enough to keep my neck warm. I purposefully made this cowl oversized so it can be scrunched down much like the Luxe Cowl. I think that's the biggest difference between my older "fail" cowls and my new cowls – the scrunch factor.
I call this my Snow Cowl.
Yarn: Rowan Big Wool, 2 balls, color Polar
Needles: US 13, 24in circulars
CO 60 stitches -Place Marker and join for working in the round
Rnd 1 & 2: knit
Rnd 3 & 4: *K1, P1* repeat * * to end of round
Rnd 5 & 6: knit
Rnd 7 & 8: *P1, K1* repeat * * to end of round
Work until cowl measures 17inches or until desired length ending with a knit round.
Cast off all stitches.