Pile up your yummiest leftovers and just let go… Free Falling is a multi-color cowl with lots of different textures and stitch patterns. Play with colors, stripes, textures, and lace to knit the cowl you love. Use the stitch patterns provided or riff off with your own creations.
To knit the cowl you need approx. 550–710 yd or 500–650 m of fingering-weight scraps, leftovers, samples, mini skeins, half skeins, gradient sets, or unicorn tails in as many colors as you like. For a drapey cowl, use single-ply yarns, such as superwash merino. For an airy and ethereal look, use mohair or brushed alpaca for the lace sections.
The pattern includes round-by-round instructions as well as a generalized recipe you can use as a basis for your freestyle cowl. Instructions for all the stitch patterns are provided both in written and charted format using both metric and US measurements.
Gauge: 26 sts × 31 rows = 4"
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