Tapestry Cowl Pattern

It’s double the pleasure—and double the fun! Just in time for fall:

A pattern for a fully reversible, double-knit cowl.

tapestry cowl (by mintyfreshflavor)

tapestry cowl (by mintyfreshflavor)

“But I don’t know how to double knit!” I hear you cry. Never fear! I have created five incredibly clear and helpful videos (plus one bonus video!) to show you how to cast on and knit two sides of a fabric at once. It’s easier than you think, and will be a no-brainer for advanced knitters. You’ll be designing your own double-knit scarves, baby blankets, and even garments in no time after you watch my clever tutorials.

Plus, you get the elaborate, continuous brocade chart (with no repeats), designed exclusively by me, so that you, too, can wrap your neck in a cozy cowl of luxury.

All this for the low, low price of $5! You can buy it directly via PayPal, and soon you’ll be able to buy it through Ravelry. Please visit the project page for pattern details as well as to buy it!

tapestry cowl (by mintyfreshflavor) tapestry cowl (by mintyfreshflavor)

44 Responses to Tapestry Cowl Pattern

  1. Veronique says:

    You know, I started a double knit scarf a while ago, and it was just too much double knitting for me. But a cowl? And videos? That is perfect! Gorgeous pattern, congrats :)

  2. Num Num says:

    Simply beautiful. Just right for those cold, cold days. Can’t wait until the Times Style section picks it up on the streets of NYC.

  3. kathy says:

    Wow! This is fantastic! Too scared of fair-isling for now and I’m currently a DNF in the Olympics so I will have to wait for now. Beautiful though…

  4. Rachel says:

    This is so pretty that I’m about to go buy the pattern even though I am weeks away from giving birth to twins and will not have time to make it for years and years. Still, just having the pattern will make me happy, I think.

  5. Saralyn says:

    So lovely, and innovative. I think there are going to be a lot of these made in the next few months, and I’m going to enjoy seeing everyone’s versions.

  6. caitlyn says:

    Wow! The cowl is stunning!!! I love it. It really stands out from a lot of the current cowl patterns. Now I just have to gear up to learn double knitting.

  7. mel says:

    Gorgeous – I’ve wanted to try double-knitting for so long, what a beautiful excuse to give it a whirl. Perhaps I can eke it out before the weather turns cold here!

    Congratulations on a beautiful design!

  8. Mom says:

    I definitely have to learn this technique, not only is it beautiful, but such a practical piece. It’s going to be “brrrrr” where I’ll be living next. Another fabulous job!

  9. Denise says:

    I can’t wait to get this on needles. Just downloaded it!!! You’re incredibly generous, there is so much information here. Thanks so much.

  10. Amanda says:

    Wow, this is just stunning! Now that I’m a Minnesotan again, I could really use a beautiful cowl just like this! Ooooh, I’m going to head to my new yarn shop and drool all over the koigu just as soon as I can!

  11. julia says:

    So amazing! And double knitting is SO EASY now that I’ve learned it all from you! Congrats on earning money doing what you love :)

  12. Samantha says:

    Well, this has become the first project in my queue! I’ve always wanted to learn double-knitting and I love colorwork, so this looks great.

    I’ve just found your site via Veronique’s link to this cowl, and I’ll be adding you to my google reader list.

  13. Carrie says:

    This is so beautiful! I can’t wait to get started on it. I’m so happy that you popped up when I was doing a search for cowl patterns! Thanks so much!

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