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The {X} Cowl

One of the latest knitting projects that I attempted was a simple seed stitch cowl. Perfect for a beginner knitter!

Needles: 12 US
Yarn: Loops & Threads Cozy Wool (Bulky) in 2 colours
Tapestry needle
Final Size: variable

CO: cast on
K: knit
P: purl

-CO 25 stitches (you can make it as tall or short as you want but it needs to be an odd number)
-Row 1: K1, P1, repeat to end
-Repeat row 1 for 65 rows or cowl is desired length (essentially measure to fit around your neck comfortably without being to tight or too saggy)
-Bind off
-Use the tapestry needle to sew the ends together. (It does not have to be neat)
-Thread tapestry needle with two strands of the other colour yarn. Along the seam from top to bottom, make large Xs, (about 1x1 inches).  

Please note: This tutorial is for personal use only. I originally found a picture of this cowl online though no pattern was available so I created my own. For the original picture click here. Please do not reproduce this to sell or pretend that you made any of it, please give proper credit when featuring elsewhere. Thank you!



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