This Pleated Cowl is knit in two sections and then joined together. The matching hat pattern is now Here: Ridge & Lace Slouch Hat Pattern
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1 Skein/bundle Plymouth Yarn Baby Alpaca Magna in Jade
Round Knifty Knitter Loom 24 pegs or more
-Chain cast on 10 pegs (single knitting)
ALL STITCHES BELOW ARE TO BE KNIT LOOSELY
-Row 1: Knit
-Row 2: Purl
-Row 3: Knit
-Row 4: Purl
-Row 5: Knit
-Now reach down to the first row of stitches and put each stitch on the pegs to form first pleat.
-e-wrap knit (3) rows
-REPEAT all steps above (except cast on) 4 more times. You should have a total of 5 pleats.
-Chain One Bind Off
-Weave in ends
-Your first section is done...Set aside.
-Chain cast on 24 pegs.
-e-wrap knit stitch 19 Rows (don't worry if knitting rolls, it is part of the look)
-Chain One Bind Off.
-Second section is complete.
JOIN BOTH SECTIONS:
-Lay wrong sides together, aligning the bottom edges and sew together, one side at a time. Take your time with this step as your cowl will lay nicer if the join is even. There will be about an inch extra at the top (on the back portion) that will roll down and form a nice collar.
BLOCK your cowl so that the stitches look even and the cowl hangs more relaxed...Directions Here: http://thismomentisgood.blogspot.com/2013/12/loom-knit-lace-ridge-hat-cowl-set.html
Matching Hat Pattern Coming Soon!
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