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I’ll have two coffees and two cherry danishes to go please Cowl - PDF Knitting Pattern

This cowl pattern is the companion piece to a sock pattern that uses textured stitches that remind me of lots of tiny cherries. The colourway I used for the sock pattern is Cherry Blossoms V2.0. Since this cowl pattern uses the same textured pattern, I gave it the same name. The floofy yarn used for this cowl also gives the look of cherries.

In brainstorming a name for the sock pattern, I turned to my favourite tv show, Gilmore Girls. In a Season 2 episode, Luke & Lorelai have been fighting. She won’t go into Luke’s Diner, so Rory goes in to get food & coffee for the two of them. Luke catches on quickly & refuses to give her two danishes unless she eats them in the diner.

So grab your yarn & needles, your coffee, & a cherry danish! Happy Knitting!


Yarn weight: Fingering
Gauge: 28 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in stitch pattern (blocked) however, it is not essential for this pattern. Choose your needle size based on how much drape you want your cowl to have.
Needle size: US 2 - 2.75 mm
Yardage: 438 yards (401 m)
Sizes available: One size that is variable depending on how many repeats you complete | Sample is 8” / 20.25cm wide X 51” / 129.5cm circumference after blocking

Yarn Note: I’d highly recommend using a slub yarn or a thick and thin yarn to get the same effect as the yarn with which the cowl was designed.

This cowl is knit flat.

The knitter needs to be comfortable with the following techniques: knit, purl, provisional cast-on, & grafting. Instructions for all these techniques are included in the pattern.

This pattern includes instructions in written form.

Pattern was test knit & tech edited.


This listing is for the knitting pattern ONLY! Pattern is in PDF format.

Listing is NOT for a finished knitted project. It is for the knitting pattern ONLY.

You will get a PDF (3MB) file

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