Bandanatastic Cowl by Diane L. Augustin

Bandanatastic Cowl

Knitting
August 2019
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
4 stitches = 1 inch
in garter
US 7 - 4.5 mm
440 yards (402 m)
approximately 27" x 10" x 18" x 22"
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Banadanatastic Cowl
Bandana style + fantastic yarn = Bandanatastic Cowl – lol!
I’d like to share this fun pattern with you.
I hope you enjoy it!
Note: If you would like to make a smaller, one-skein version of this cowl, try my Bandtastic Cowl pattern. Thanks!

It was love at first sight when I saw Urth Yarns, Uneek striped color ways and just had to knit them!
I’m particularly fond of the half linen stitch, so I decided to pair that with alternating sections of garter stitch and I think it shows what this lovely yarn can do.
This cowl is a bandana style shape with an asymmetrical front point, worn off to the side.
It is approximately 27” at the neck edge x 10” back seam x 18” Left front x 22” Right front as it is worn.
Gauge: 4 sts./in.
The piece is knit flat with selvage edges throughout and seamed using the mattress stitch.

Materials
2 skeins of Urth Yarns, Uneek Worsted, 220 yards each.
100% merino wool, hand dyed, variegated, self-striping yarn. I used color #4004 of Urth Yarns, Uneek worsted self-striping, hand dyed yarn, although any color would be striking.
Or same yardage of any worsted yarn of your choice.
Size 7 needles, circular 24”length.
Locking stitch marker. Yarn needle.