Arm Knit Cowl

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Arm Knit Cowl

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Stay toasty this winter with a quick and easy arm knit cowl in your favorite shades of Patons Classic Wool Roving and Bohemian.

Inspiration Tip:
Arm knitting is perfect for those feeling extra creative! Feel free to experiment with different shades or even other yarns to create a different look.

Read Vickie Howell’s blog post on how to substitute yarns for arm knit projects so you can not only make do, but also make your project uniquely you
 

Measurements

Single Size
Approx 10" [25.5 cm] wide x 45" [114.5 cm] around.
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The materials for this project cost $32.56

Step 1:

Select your options

Size:

  • Single Size

Approx 10" [25.5 cm] wide x 45" [114.5 cm] around.

Step 2:

Click each color to change it or go with the colors recommended by the designer

Contrast C

Bohemian | All That Jazz, 11222Edit Color
$15.58

Contrast A

Classic Wool Roving | Cloverleaf, 77222Edit Color
$8.49

Contrast B

Classic Wool Roving | Pacific Teal, 77203Edit Color
$8.49
The materials for this project cost $32.56

Details & Instructions

MEASUREMENTS

Approx 10" [25.5 cm] wide x 45" [114.5 cm] around.

MATERIALS

Bohemian (80 g/2.8 oz;62 m/68 yds)
Contrast C All That Jazz (11222) 2
Classic Wool Roving (100 g/3.5 oz;109 m/120 yds)
Contrast A Cloverleaf (77222) 1
Contrast B Pacific Teal (77203) 1

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on 10 stitches with 1 strand each of A and B and 2 strands of C held together.

Arm knit using step-by-step instructions until work measures approx 45" [114.5 cm].
Cast off.
Sew cast off and cast on edges together.

Step-by-Step Instructions & Video:
http://www.yarnspirations.com/how-to-arm-knitting

Inspiration Tip:
Arm knitting is perfect for those feeling extra creative! Feel free to experiment with different shades or even other yarns to create a different look.

Read Vickie Howell’s blog post on how to substitute yarns for arm knit projects so you can not only make do, but also make your project uniquely you