A cozy cowl pattern with instructions for three sizes. The Small has a 24” (61 cm) circumference and 22” (56 cm) width. It is intended to be worn without wrapping it around your neck. The Medium is 44” (112 cm) in circumference and 13” (33 cm) width, which means you can wear it with 2 wraps, snugly around your neck. The Large size is 57” (145 cm) in circumference and 13” (33 cm) wide. It should be worn with 2 wraps loosely around your neck.
Knit in the round as one piece of fabric, you begin by casting on at the bottom lace edge of the cowl. A purl row at the top of the lace helps make the turning row for the striped “lining”. After working the lining, it is folded to the inside and joined to the bottom of the lace using a bind-off method similar to the three-needle bind-off.
The contrast between the lace and the stripes make this for an interesting cowl. It it super warm and cozy due to the two layers of fabric.
Shown in Madelinetosh Tosh Sock. A suggested substitute is shown below.