Fashionable Find My Way Cowl Pattern


The Fashionable Find My Way Cowl pattern is designed for any weight of yarn, perfect to bust that stash and create a cowl that’s the right width and length for you.

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Introducing the Fashionable Find My Way Cowl pattern

The Find My Way Cowl pattern is designed for any weight of yarn, perfect to bust that stash and create a cowl that’s the right width and length for you.

Messing around with stitch patterns while knitting a swatch for a larger item, I found I had pretty much made a short loop cowl. Once I got started, I couldn’t stop myself, DK, Aran, Bulky and Super Bulky versions soon followed.

Super Bulky/Chunky

6,5mm for chunky/bulky yarn
5.5mm for Aran yarn
4mm for DK yarn
4mm for 4ply / fingering yarn
10mm for super bulky/chunky yarn

Suggested needle sizes for various weights of yarn are included but you should select a needle size that gives you the drape and finished fabric that you want, not what the ball band says.

This pattern can be adapted in both length and width to suit your yarn or your style.

Find My Way Cowl Pattern Sizes:

Short Loop: 22-26 inches – or desired length
Medium Loop: 43-48 inches – or desired length
Long Loop: 54-66 inches – or desired length

Find My Way Cowl Pattern

Find My Way Cowl Pattern

Required Skills

Basic Knit, Purl, YO, simple decreases, Sl, wyif, wyib, cast on, cast off/bind off, weave in ends.  You can use a provisional cast on of your choice, if you wish and graft the join, or just a standard cast on and use Kitchener stitch to join the piece.  Both look neat and if you prefer a three needle bind off/cast off on the inside of the work, that’s another good option.

About the pattern

The cowl is knitted sideways, starting with a provisional cast on or longtail cast on, then joined later either by Kitchener Stitch graft or a Three Needle Bind off/Cast off.

You should be able to stash bust (or treat yourself if you prefer) and knock up some great gifts either for yourself or someone knitworthy.

The cowl pattern has options for a short loop and long loop versions and the ebook includes suggested stitch counts for a variety of weights of yarns from 4ply/fingering up to super bulky.

There are two stitch patterns to choose from, you can use just one or both if you like. They are both reversible. The pattern is charted and also has written instructions for those who don’t like charts 🙂

Find My Way Cowl in Stylecraft yarn

Find My Way Cowl in Stylecraft yarn

Size is customizable in both Width and Length:

Short Loop:  22-26 inches (66cm) circumference – adjustable

Medium Loop:  46-50 inches (66cm) circumference – adjustable

Long Loop:  60-66 inches (66cm) circumference – adjustable


Needle sizes appropriate for your chosen yarn and preferred method of knitting.

Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.


Tension or gauge isn’t hugely important to the piece, it’s more important that you like the drape and feel of your fabric.   It needs to feel like a soft, smooshy cowl, not a neck brace.  Swatch a few rows in your preferred yarn and needle combination to ensure that you like the fabric created.  Next determine your stitches per four in/10cm and choose your cast on number based on the table on PAGE  3

Skills Required:

Cast on, Knit, Purl, Increase, Decrease, K2tog, SSK, YO (yarn over needle), three needle bind off/cast off or Kitchener stitch join, Slip stitches, reading charts or written instructions.

Desired Length of Cowl:

Short cowls (once around neck) 22-26 inches

Medium cowls (twice around neck or worn long) 43-48 inches

Long cowls (three wraps) 66-72 inches



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