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Resilience Cowl

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This is a straight-forward, beginner-friendly cowl that allows anyone to produce a stylish Winter-wardrobe staple. The cowl is worked in the round – which, for a new knitter, provides a great opportunity to develop and refine knitting tension – and then seamed once your desired length is reached. The cowl can be worked in one strand of Aran-weight yarn, but also see below for some other stash-busting options.

This tubular cowl is worked in the round. Two cast on options are included, depending on the finish you wish to achieve and the skill level you feel comfortable with. Once desired length is reached, the two ends are joined using kitchener stitch.

The cowl can be worked using one strand of Aran / Worsted weight yarn, such as Erika Knight’s Wild Wool.
However, you may like to consider holding together two strands of DK weight yarn or even three strands of fingering weight yarn, which could provide you with some fantastic marling / fading colour possibilities.

You’re welcome to check out the notes for my fingering weight version on my project page.

Sizing Guide
Assuming you are meeting gauge, the pattern will produce a cowl of ~9” in depth and ~26” in length.

Approximately 340m of yarn is required to complete the cowl.

Using 5mm / US size 8 circular needles, or needle size required to meet gauge, 18 stitches over 26 rounds in stockinette stitch, wet blocked, creates a 4x4” square.
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