This cowl is uber soft and I can’t wait for you to get the yarn on your needles to make this luxurious cowl. Learn with me how to work this special stitch, how to join and how to adjust the size of your own fur lined knit cowl.
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Fur Lined Knit Cowl:
For this cowl pattern you will be using Red Heart Hygge and Red Heart Hygge Fur. NOTE: if you have one of the first balls of Hygge yarn you will have a smaller amount. Red Heart has recently increased the yardage for each ball. Be sure to check your yardage so that you don’t run out of yarn.
When casting on for this cowl I suggest that you leave a long tail to start. I used the long tail cast on method so I was sure to leave more than I would have normally to start my cowl. This will allow you to join your cowl together without needed another strand of yarn. I suggest that you tie up the yarn in a yarn butterfly so that you don’t accidentally use the tail when knitting.
Using two different yarns gives this saw a difference in texture. Hygge Fur is an eyelash yarn that is unlike any that you have worked with before. Pick your favorite complimentary colors and make your own knit cowl.
What You Will Learn:
- Left Twist Stitch
- Mattress Stitch
- Alternative Way to Join