Woodland Cowl This 8-row slip stitch pattern showcases two colours of yarn — perfect for those skeins at the back of the closet you’re not sure what to do with. It’s a good introduction to slipped stitches if you’ve never tried them before.
Approximately 100 metres of each colour should be enough to complete a nice cowl. If you’ve got extra wool, you could make a double loop cowl by working in the Woodland pattern for longer.
Skill Level: Next Steps (between beginner and intermediate) Skills needed: This pattern is knit flat on two needles. You will need to be able to: cast on, knit, slipping sts, cast off, and work an eyelet buttonhole: (yo, k2tog).
Materials: Wendy Mode Chunky: 2 balls in different colours (in sample: MC is grey, CC is blue) Needles: 6.5mm / US 10.5 needles Notions: 3 buttons Gauge: 15 sts and 30 rows per 4in/10cm in pattern after blocking Finished Dimensions: 7.25in/18.5cm tall x 25in/64cm long