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FREE Pattern Pick: Lazy Weekend Cowl by SweaterBabe

Lazy Weekend Cowl

FREE Pattern Pick: 
Lazy Weekend Cowl
(free ONLY until 1/25/19. On Ravelry too.)

I love a quick, knit-it-up-in-a-weekend kind of project, especially when the results are this lovely and instantly wearable!

This fairly simple, but very visually pleasing, leaf lace stitch marries beautifully with just one hank of Malabrigo Worsted to produce a cowl that you will easily knit again and again.

The almost-theraputic nature of knitting with Malabrigo yarn is certainly a great thing, as are the gorgeous kettle-dyed colorways. The cowl shown here is in Orchid, a beautiful pink with lilac tones.

A few hours here and a few hours there working this easy-to-learn stitch, plus one joining seam, and you'll have this pretty cowl to throw on or give away.. . . >

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Priscilla Laybolt

Thank you for this lovely pattern, it looks comfy as well as pretty.


Thank you for this pattern. I am a very slow knitter, but I think this one will move to the top of my priority list. I have several of your patterns and look forward to knitting them all up. I love the lacy, feminine look you give everything, but still not too difficult.

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