The Fabric Cowl got it’s name because it reminds me of a piece of scrunched up fabric!  This is a super easy knit that only took me about two nights to make.  You really only have to pay attention on the cable rows!  Makes for a great, warm gift too!
SKILL: Beginner
FINISHED SIZE: Laying flat, 10.5” wide, 8” tall
GAUGE: 18 stitches in Cable Pattern = 3.5”
YARN: Lornaʼs Laces Shepherd Worsted Multi (Shown in Midway)
NEEDLES: US 8 / 5.0 mm 24” Circular OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE
NOTIONS: Cable Needle
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BEGIN
Cast on 109 stitches.
Join to work in the round.  Place marker to notate
beginning of round.
Row 1:  *K1, P1; Repeat from *
Row 2:  *P1, K1; Repeat from *
Repeat these two rows (Seed Stitch) for 8 total
rows.
Row 8:  Keep in Seed Stitch pattern until last 2
stitches, K2tog
-Begin Cable Pattern-
Row 9:  Knit
Row 10:  Knit
Row 11: *K2, CB4; rep. from * to end.
Row 12:  Knit
Row 13:  Knit
Row 14:  Knit
Row 15: *CF4, K2; rep. from * to end
Row 16:  Knit until last last stitch, M1, K1
Repeat these last 8 rows (Cable Pattern) until the desired length.
Begin Seed Stitch for 8 rows.  Bind off loosely.
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Stitch Glossary
CB4 – Slip 2 stitches on cable needle, hold in back, K2, then K2 from the cable needle.
CF4 – Slip 2 stitches on cable needle, hold in front, K2, then K2 from the cable needle.

Ravelry link HERE.

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