Cobblestone Intersections Cowl knitting pattern

$7 CAD

A deep, warm cowl which features a simple, reversible texture pattern separated from a garter stitch section by a crisp line.  It has a tidy slip-stitch edging and a nearly invisible join to keep wearing it effortlessly stylish.The cowl is knit side-to-side and the ends are grafted together. Full instructions for grafting in garter stitch are given in the pattern.

When I travel, I love to watch the textures of the landscape change.  My eye is set to macro – I’ll miss a cathedral because I’m looking at brickwork.  I especially love it when textures meet or overlap.  Germany’s sidewalks inspired this cowl: the way that rough cobblestone can be found next to bricks and intersected by a line of concrete.

Cobblestone Intersections Cowl knitting pattern

Skills Used

  • knit and purl
  • slipping sts purlwise
  • provisional cast on
  • grafting in garter


Cascade ‘Aran Superwash’, 3 skeins (150 yds/137 meters), colour shown: 900


13” wide x 52” circumference/33cm wide x 132cm, circumference, lightly blocked for length

Cobblestone Intersections in Wittlich, Germany