Here are patterns for two fully reversible projects – a Fringed Wrap and a Fringed Cowl. Both projects are simple with an easy-to-remember pattern repeat, but with a few clever knitting techniques that make these projects interesting.
Fringed wrap and cowl are not just pleasant knits, they are also great accessories to wear any time of the year. Make them in wool for colder months, and in cotton or rayon for cool spring and summer evenings. The mesh lace texture paired with lovely fringes will make sure these projects elevate the look of even the simplest outfit.
The patterns will walk you through the process of making Fringed Wrap and Fringed Cowl with detailed step-by-step instructions that are supported by video tutorials about all techniques used to make these accessories. Even if you are a beginner knitter, you’ll have no problem making either of these projects.
On page 5 of the pattern, you will find the “Variations” section that explains how you can easily change the size of the wrap and the cowl, and even make them look different by adding fringes at both edges of the fabric.
Fringed Wrap – Width – 45 cm / 17.75″ (including fringes), length – 150 cm / 59″.
Fringed Cowl – Length – 53 cm / 20.75″ (including fringes), circumference – 106 cm / 41.75″ (width – 53 cm / 20.75″). The cowl featured in the photos is wrapped around the neck twice.
Any wool, cotton or silk yarn that has the equivalent of 150 m / 164 yds in 50 g / 1.7 oz, or any rayon yarn that has the equivalent of 100 m / 110 yds in 50 g / 1.7 oz. It is consistent with DK weight that is marked by digit 3 on the yarn label.
You will need around 600 m / 660 yds of yarn to make either of these projects.
To make the wrap and the cowl shown in the photos, I used Knitca Delight yarn (100% extra fine machine-washable merino wool) – in Olive colour for the wrap, and in Burgundy colour for the cowl.
6 mm / US size 10 single-pointed or circular needles
1 stitch marker
1 wool needle
14 stitches x 24 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4” in pattern stitch.
- Both projects are knitted side to side. To make the cowl, we’ll join the stitches of the last row to the stitches at the cast on edge.
- The knitting techniques underlined in the patterns are available as separate tutorials. Click the underlined name of the technique to read and watch the tutorial.
The patterns are supported by six video tutorials that explain the knitting techniques used in these projects.
Happy knitting 🙂
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