Ginny Bandana Cowl

The Ginny Bandana Cowl keeps you cozy and in style with a classic yet bold Gingham or Buffalo Plaid pattern created by two-color Brioche and Garter stitch. The cowl comes in two sizes for a narrow or loose fit. The bandana tip adds a modern twist
and keeps out the wind from your jacket opening. PDF […]


Four colors, combined in Brioche and Garter stitch, form a Gingham or Buffalo plaid pattern. Ginny can be knit as a large cowl that loops around the neck twice or as a classic scarf. The cowl and scarf have the same construction: both are knit flat in two-color Brioche and Garter stitch. The cowl is […]

Fading Light Cowl

Add a little luxury and warmth to your winter wardrobe with this stylish brioche cowl. The cowl is knit drop-down in four fading colors of the amazingly lightweight and luxuriously soft Town & Country Cashmere by Nature’s Luxury. It sits close to the neck and has a light bandana-shape at the lower edge that covers […]

Über Biased

Knit on the bias, this large and cosy scarf or cowl features alternating sections of two-color brioche and stripy texture. It is surrounded by an i-cord for a neat and finished look. Because of the diagonal sections, it looks different every time you wear it and because it’s reversible, you’ll always have the right side […]

Chevron Cowl

I can’t get enough of Chevrons! They’re just too much fun to play with, especially paired with a color pop. This cowl is worked sideways and the ends are grafted together using kitchener stitch. You then pick up stitches from one side of the cowl and knit the stockinette section in the round. There are […]


What starts as a top-down triangular shawl doesn’t always have to end up being triangular, nor a shawl. This pattern turns it into a cowl! Starting with an i-cord tab cast on, knit a stripy top-down shawl until the wingspan is as long as the cowl’s circumference. Then connect the wings of your shawl and […]