White lace beaded high neck top. This one-skein cowl uses 80 yards of chunky weight yarn and size US Come back tomorrow, you will have another 10 chances to share different items you want free.
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Cream cowl neck cami top. Black knot front sleeveless top. I think I might try this on some of my shirts! I love all your instagram tips, as well! You are such an asset to my sewing knowledge, Melissa! This is a perfect tutorial for adding a cowl to the neckline of a shirt. I tried it today and love the results! I am looking to add a cowl to my fave Blank Slate pattern, the Rivage Raglan.
Thank you so much for this. I was making a long-sleeve loose t-shirt where I accidentally cut a hole near the neckline. I cut off the neckband and added cowl neck as per your instructions. Thank you sooo much for this. Just what I was looking for.
I have a beautiful jumper that the knitted neck lost its tension. I cut the stretched part off and overlocked it. Now I need to find just the right fabric to make the cowl in.
It can be pulled up like a hood or dropped down like a small scarf. Cowls are pretty easy to knit and therefore make great beginner projects. Their small size means they can often be completed using just one skein of yarn. Traveling eyelets form a diamond pattern in this cozy, color blocked infinity scarf.
Using one 50 gram ball of the Passard yarn, Boheme and some contrasting Aran yarn. This three-color scarf is made with roughly yards of worsted weight yarn and size US 8 needles. Cowl with a combination of short rows with a feather and fan pattern.
Slip stitches make colorwork easy on this simple, unisex cowl project. Links to felting tutorial. Knit flat, joined at the end. An EZ pattern repeat. Fringe is made at end with dropped stitches! This one-skein cowl uses 80 yards of chunky weight yarn and size US This cowl uses an openwork basketweave mesh and about yards of worsted weight. This v-necked cowl uses roughly yards of sock weight yarn and a 24" circular needle in size US 2.
This attractive cowl uses size US 7 needles and roughly yards of worsted weight yarn.
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