Beyond their charming, quirky cute looks, alpacas are responsible for bearing some of the silkiest, most versatile fiber found in nature, They are shorn annually. Alpaca is a specialty fiber that has been described as stronger than mohair, finer than cashmere, smoother than silk, softer than cotton, warmer than goose down, and better-breathing than thermal knits. source
Yarn: bulky yarn
Size 10 needles or size recommended on yarn
Cast on 65 stitches.
Rows 1-5: Knit entire row.
ROW 6: P across
ROW 7: K across
ROW 8-10 repeat row 6-7
ROW 11: K across increasing 1 stitch at midpoint of row (66)
ROW 12-16: repeat row 6-7
ROW 17: K across increasing 1 stitch at midpoint of row (67)
ROW 18-20: repeat row 6-7
ROW 21: K across increasing 1 stitch at midpoint of row (68)
ROW 22-30: repeat row 6 and 7
ROW 31-34: Knit across
ROW 35: Bind off leaving a length of yarn and sew sides together. Weave in loose ends.
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That cowl is so cute and you are even cuter wearing it. I do love cowls! Happy weekend!
O that is a nice one! Super.
That's really pretty. I love the color. I've never bought any alpaca yarn but I know how soft it is.
A lovely shade of blue. Thanks for sharing the pattern.
Beautiful color and style. I have always loved to wear scarves.
Nice colour! The cowl is beautiful ♥