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Wasabi Cowl

Turn to this cozy, asymmetrical cowl on cool, crisp days. Knit it in just a few hours using chunky yarn and big needles, and make a striking statement with a large button closure.

Finished measurements:
30" at widest point, 15" from edge to tip of triangle

Materials:
Super-bulky weight yarn, 55 yards (50 m) in gold
Size 19 (15 mm) knitting needles
Blunt-end yarn needle
1"-diameter button

Instructions:
GAUGE
5 sts = 4" in stockinette st. TAKE TIME TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE.
Special Stitches
M1R: Lift bar between sts from back and place on needle. Knit new st through the front loop. This should twist the st and make it invisible.
M1L: Lift bar between stitches from front and place on needle. Knit new st through back loop to twist it.


See common knitting terms here.

See knitting basics here.

Pattern:
Cast on 5 sts. Knit first row. Place marker on center st.
Row 1: K 2, knit until marked st, yo, k marked st, yo, k until end.
Row 2: K 2, purl until 2nd st from end, k 2.
Row 3: K 2, M1R, knit until 2nd st from end, M1L, k2.
Row 4: K 2, purl until 2nd st from end, k 2.

Knit until about 4 or 5 yards remain. Bind off. Weave in ends. Sew button to purl side, approximately 3" from top of widest part of triangle and 1" from edge.

See common knitting terms here.

See knitting basics here.

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