Snow Cone cowl
by Plucky Knitter
Shown in: Scholar Worsted 2.0, MC - Wintry Mix, CC - Pinewood Forest
When the thermometer drops and the wind takes on an icy edge, you know cowl season has arrived and it’s time to accessorize your indoor/outdoor looks with something special. The Snow Cone cowl is just the ticket! The extra generous lower edge falls beautifully around the shoulders and then gradually tapers upward a slightly slouchy neckline. It’s perfect for wearing all day indoors, and then tucking into your coat when you head out the door.
This stranded cowl, knit in the round, is a fun knit for all levels of knitters. Using only two colors, the Snow Cone cowl is a great introduction to stranded knitting for the adventurous beginner. And, for those who believe in coloring outside the lines, there are no limits to the possibilities for adding colors!
You might also enjoy knitting your favorite pooch a sweater in matching Snow Dog!
Choose from 20 kits, including 2 that feature Pinewood Forest, a lovely pine green that shades from light to dark, with speckles of pinks, teals, blues, whites, and yellows throughout.
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- Pattern PDF's and Ravelry codes will be sent automatically within 48 hours.
- Photos shown of the dyed skeins above are on Primo Worsted. Sweater Aran and Scholar Worsted 2.0 will appear the same.
- Please note, once your label has been printed, it may still take a few days to leave Plucky.
- We may combine multiple orders shipping to a single address.
- View color family photos of our 2020 Winter Collection colors on various bases!
Reminders about Colorways:
- We work hard to obtain the most accurate colors in the photographs we show on the website. However, every computer has different monitor settings. For this reason, we cannot ensure that the colors all monitor's display will exactly match the color of the yarn.
- Because our hand-dyeing process is as much of an art as it is a science, we may not be able to reproduce a colorway exactly the same as it may be pictured or match it from one dye lot to another.
- We strongly recommend alternating skeins on any project that uses more than one skein of the same color to ensure random color distribution.
- While we do our best to ensure colorfastness in our yarns, a small amount of color transfer is not uncommon. We highly recommend spritzing or steam blocking your knits to avoid colorway bleeding. For more info on caring for your knits check out our Care Instructions.