Accidentally/On-Purpose Scarf and Cowl

Two patterns for the price of one! One is a classic scarf, with a texture stitch that is sure to appeal to both men and women. The other is a not too snug, not too loose neck tube we call a cowl. Both projects are excellent for beginners with a simple stitch pattern called a Mistake Rib. The samples, knit with the Anzula yarn are luscious, with excellent drape thanks to the merino-cashmere blend. The scarf pattern includes an excellent trick for a smooth edge called a “slip stitch edge” which is explained in a tutorial that comes with the pattern.

Anzula For Better or Worsted
16 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches in stocking stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
200 - 600 yards (183 - 549 m)
Finished Dimensions: Scarf: 153cm/61” long, 20cm/8” wide, Cowl: 51cm/20” circumference, 23cm/9” wide
Level: Knitters must know how to cast on and knit and purl and cast off. To make the cowl, knitters must know how to knit in rounds on a circular needle.