I decided to get my hair cut on the spur of the moment. Since it would be my last visit to my hairdresser before Christmas, I wanted to give her a gift. But what?
I browsed the shelves at my LYS and found a bulky weight yarn I really liked—Plymouth Yarn “Multiplicity.” At first I thought it would make a nice scarf, but then I opted for a cowl—a little more style than a plain scarf.
I didn’t have time to search my books and Ravelry to find a pattern, so I just cast on and started knitting. It came out great, only took a few hours to finish, and my hairdresser absolutely loved it. So I figured I’d share the ultra-simple pattern with you! Enjoy.
One size fits all
1 skein Plymouth “Multiplicity” yarn in color 3167 or your choice
1 pair size 15 knitting needles
Cast on 20 stitches.
Pattern: K1, *K2tog, YO. Repeat from * to last stitch, K1.
Work in pattern until you’ve used up all or nearly all the yarn, and ending with a stripe of the opposite color than you started with.
Bind off. Flip one end over to put a twist in the cowl; sew or crochet ends together.
Can be worn around the neck, or pulled up over the head as a hood.