Rolling Waves Cowl
by Kristen Mangus
Just like the constantly shifting waves of a wind-tossed sea the Rolling Waves Cowl is full of texture and movement. I won’t say that you can smell the salty air when you wear it, but you can almost feel the ocean breeze.
I designed this cowl as part of the DFW Designer’s Collection, Vol. 2. The stunning knit and crochet patterns in this ebook were all created by designers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas and I’m honored to be part of such a talented group.
Since the cowl is featured in this collection it is not available for individual sale yet, but you can get the pattern as part of the collection on Ravelry. Buying the collection helps support indie designers so click the Ravelry button below to go check it out.
Loom knitters, in case you missed it, I already shared the Loom Knit Rolling Waves Cowl earlier this year!
Classic Elite Yarns Chateau (1.76 oz/50 g; 98 yds/89.16 m) 2 balls. (aff. link)
Since publishing this pattern Classic Elite Yarns has closed its doors and the yarn will not be available for much longer. Another alpaca or alpaca blend yarn or the same weight can be used. Please check your gauge if you change yarn! I checked yarnsub.com for alternatives. I haven’t tested these but the fiber content and drape look like they would work.
• Debbie Bliss Paloma
• Schachenmayr Select Tweed Deluxe
• Schachenmayr Select Trendf Deluxe
• Hikoo Oh!
• Vicki Howell Woolpaca Chunky
• Knit Picks Wonderfluff
Size U.S. 15 (10 mm) circular knitting needles with a 24” cord or size needed to obtain gauge.
2 stitch markers
K = Knit
K2tog = Knit two together
P = Purl
Pat = Pattern
Rep = Repeat
Sl1-ssk-psso = Slip 1, Slip 1, knit 3rd stitch. Place on 2nd and knit over. Place on 1st stitch and pass slipped stitch over the ssk. Decrease 3 to 1.
St(s) = Stitch(es)
T = Turn work in opposite direction without wrapping (short row)
12.5” (31.75 cm) x 36” (91.5 cm) approx.
12.5 sts and 14 rows per 4” x 4” (10×10 cm) in stocking st.
The video below shows how to work the Lacy Stockinette stitch pattern used in the Rolling Waves Cowl.
Here’s the video for left-handers!
I’ve also got a video tutorial showing the Bind Off and Join!
And, of course, the lefties get to see the bind off just for them!
I hope you enjoyed this pattern feature of the Rolling Waves Cowl. If you knit this I’d love to see you share your pictures on social media and tag me with #goodknitkisses . Thanks!