Reversible Tuft Cowl

My very first pattern design!  I present...  Reversible Tuft Cowl!

SIZE:                                              MATERIALS:
One Size Fits All                              Rowan Big Wool Tuft, 27 yards/skein
Gauge: 2.5 sts = 1 inch                   1 skein
2.5 rows = 1” in 1x1 ribbed st          #15 size straight needles
Length:  21”                                    K size crochet hook (optional)
Width:  3.25”                                   2 Buttons, Needle & Matching Thread

K:  Knit                                           Pulling the tufts through to one side 
P:  Purl                                           is easier if you pull them through as  
S1P:  Slip st with yarn as if to purl    you knit.  Choose a side that you’d
                                                      like to be tufty and stick with it


Cast on 10 stitches using long tail cast on.  Cast on tail should only be 10-12” long.

Row 1:  S1P, *K1, P1* repeat to end, K1

Repeat Row 1 until 12” of yarn remains.

Cast off using preferred method.

Use crochet hook to pull tufts to the right side.  Weave in ends.

Sew buttons on both the tufty and the plain side of one end of the cowl.  The stitches are loose enough that you won’t need a buttonhole to keep it closed.

You can also have tufts on both sides of the cowl, just don’t pull the tufts through and only sew on one button.

Enjoy your new tufted cowl!


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