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    Infinity Cowl Knitting Pattern Downloadable

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    A beautiful infinity cowl knitting pattern. The cowl can be worn loosely around the neck or over the shoulders.

    The cowl is knitted in one continual piece, the bonus is NO seaming!!

    Detailed instructions and photo's for the casting on technique are given in the pattern.

    The pattern is a PDF file, the link to download the PDF file is sent to you within the invoice.

    When paying by credit card please allow up to 12 hours for processing and for the link within the invoice to become active.

    The downloadable pattern has details for knitting in Pakucho organic cotton 10ply, Natural Australian Wool 8ply and Commercial Wool 8ply. 

    I highly recommend completing a gauge square to confirm the size of needles required.

    Measurements
    One size fits all. 

    If you would like to make a larger cowl increase the cast on stitches by multiples of 18, for example, instead of casting on 126 stitches as the pattern requires cast on 144 stitches.

    Materials

    Natural Australian Wool 8 ply DK (50gm ball)

    Organic cotton 10 ply
    Worsted (50gm ball)

    Skill level - intermediate.

    The patterns and photographs contained in this document are the property of Wool & Cotton Road ©. This pattern is available for personal use only. No unauthorised reproduction or distribution, in whole or part, of this pattern is allowed. Items created from this pattern are not to be sold in any capacity.

    If you require help with this pattern please feel free to contact me here.

    You can purchase an infinity cowl hand made by Wool & Cotton Road here.

    Copyright – Wool & Cotton Road © 2015



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