Beach House Breeze Cowl from "Point Counterpoint vol. 1" a knitting pattern from Imagined Landscapes Designs

What’s not to love about a textured cowl that narrows at the top? Interesting to knit, easy to look good in! This accessory was knit to coordinate with and echo the Allichka Hat by Kino Knits as part of the Point/Counterpoint collection. I chose stitches to play on the double eyelets of Allichka and to mimic the sinuous verticality of the cables.

I wanted to knit a cowl that needs almost no fussing. Something that looks fantastic even if you just toss it on. This shape narrows at the top, allowing you to cover your shoulders like a caplet or let it fall to the front for easy layering.

Size
27.5” / 35cm circumference at top, 48” / 122cm circumference at bottom, and 13.5” / 35cm tall

Approximate Yardage: (with a 15% buffer)
600 yd. / 550m sport weight yarn (model shown: Cascade 220 Sport Superwash, 1910 Summer Sky)

Skills Used
•knit and purl
•knitting in the round
•yo, 2-into-5
•k2tog, p2tog, sk2p
•right twist

Beach House Breeze Cowl, part of Point Counterpoint vol. 1; yarn is Cascade 220 Sport Superwash

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Beach House Breeze Cowl, part of Point Counterpoint vol. 1; yarn is Cascade 220 Sport Superwash

 

Beach House Breeze Cowl
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