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Make this cozy Misty Haze Cowl that is perfect for keeping you warm all day long. It’s also incredibly stylish and makes for a great gift idea for a friend or relative. Plus, it’s a great way to use up some of that extra yarn you have been holding on to.
The pattern for this cowl can be found on the Lion Brand Yarn website. The price you’ll see when you first land on the pattern page is NOT the price of the pattern. The price is for the recommended yarn which you can purchase through their website.
Misty Haze Cowl – A Fabulous Cowl
From the talented designers of the Lionbrand team. This cowl pattern is fun to make and is perfect for beginner knitters to work on.
Moreover, this pattern is available in one size only. Once completed, it measures about 18 – 69 inches. That’s about 175.5 – 45.5cm if you prefer to use the metric system.
To make this pattern you will need the Shawl in a Ball Yarn It is a gorgeous and luxuriously soft medium-weight yarn made from 61% Cotton, 34% Acrylic, and 5% Other fibers. It’s the perfect yarn for Garments, Accessories, and home projects.
Furthermore, you will need a US size 10.5 knitting needle. That’s about 6.5 mm if you prefer to use the metric system.
You can use the simpler long-tail cast-on method instead of the provisional cast-on. The long-tail cast-on is probably the most popular of all the cast-on methods. It is suitable for many types of knitting projects.
We have an illustrated tutorial for the long-tail cast-on if you want to learn it. You can find this tutorial here: Learn How to Do A Long-Tail Cast on.
Also, as you come to finish the pattern, you will have to weave in the yarn ends. This method will give your shrug a nice and neat finish.
If you like to learn how to do this, you can check out our fully illustrated tutorial for this technique. You can find the tutorial here: Learn How to Weave in Yarn Ends.
You can download the FREE knitting pattern for this piece here: Misty Haze Cowl Pattern
In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Shawl in a Ball Yarn