Gloria Cowl

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    Yarn: Yarn Pirate BFL sock
    Needles: US 8 - 16 inch circ
    Pattern: My own "Gloria Cowl" [Ravelry]
    5 stitches = 1 inch
    Hight = 11", Width (of flattened tube) = 10"

    Here's my cowl recipe:
    Yarn: fingering weight - knit with 2 strands (stagger the colorway - this solved my problem with pooling)
    -Loosely cast on an odd number of stitches - around 99 stitches (place marker at start of round)
    -join - be sure that your stitches are not twisted
    -Knit 1 round
    -Seed stitch (K1, P1) around 3 rounds (round 2 starts with P1)
    -knit, knit, knit - I knit until I was almost out of yarn - about 12 inches
    -To finish, knit 3 rounds of seed stitch, knit 1 round and bind off.

    Enjoy the snuggly, cowl-y goodness whether inside with a book and a cup of tea, or outside braving the elements.

    ETA: gauge and measurements

    E Again TA: version 2.0 here

    E yet again TA: Anniversary cowl here

    E (just one more time and then I promise I'll stop) TA: Many great Glorias by fabulous knitters here

    cmr727, woolforbreakfast (EraLunaris), and 76 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. orinda5 76 months ago | reply

      Thanks! It's been cooold here too - great weather for all kinds of handknits. :)

    2. azzuka 76 months ago | reply

      I love it!

    3. rainyday*knitter 76 months ago | reply

      Really cozy looking!

    4. orinda5 76 months ago | reply

      Thank you! I am thinking I may need to make one for myself now too - this one was a gift.

    5. doggedknits 74 months ago | reply

      Hey, thanks for this--I just got one underway!

    6. yarnbeans 74 months ago | reply

      You have the hottest new Ravelry pattern, I'm sure! I saw it in a bunch of queues!

    7. orinda5 73 months ago | reply

      That just makes me giggle a bit. :)
      Thank you.

    8. JulieFrick 73 months ago | reply

      I'm making one of these right now. Huzzah!

    9. ColoradoKnitter 72 months ago | reply

      I am going to put this on my needles this weekend. It is just beautiful!

    10. orinda5 72 months ago | reply

      Thanks! I am lovin' all the different versions knitting themselves up on the internets.

      Huzzah! You are the cowl queen!

    11. chickenfoot 67 months ago | reply

      oh lovely!!
      i so want one of these, but i dont knit!!

    12. feather 66 months ago | reply

      Lovely cowl!

      Some notes for anyone not in the US, to save you the bother of looking this up!

      The needle recommended is 5.0mm, 8 US and 6 UK/Canada
      16 inch circular needle is 40.64cm
      Fingering weight is 3 ply UK

    13. awanda 65 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the pattern. I am working up a cowl now and am loving it thus far.

    14. orinda5 65 months ago | reply

      Thanks for adding the info!

      So glad you like it!

    15. DuganWa 53 months ago | reply

      New and want to try knitting this as a gift but need to know is thisa cowl that can be pulled up over the head kinda like a hoodie?

    16. DuganWa 53 months ago | reply

      Sorry, goofed! Trying to find if this lovely pattern is one that can be pulled up over the head like a hoodie while still partially keeping the neck warm. This question is difficult to form clearly so that I am understood but hoping you will know what I mean. Thanks again.

    17. DuganWa 53 months ago | reply

      Oh my gosh just noticed how outdated these comments are so probably no one will read my question but if per chance could you please reply to my email address
      Signing off.

    18. mssunflowers2ca 5 months ago | reply

      So beautiful. It will one to put on my Wish To Do List.
      Thank you so much for sharing with us.

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