DIY: Purple Knit Cowl

Another chunky cowl! I used Loops & Threads Charisma yarn again and made this smaller, shorter cowl. My other cowl is so warm, I needed something lighter, too! My mom had knitted up a few of these as Christmas gifts, so I decided to make one too! I used the Easy Ridged Cowl pattern from Knitting on the Net. 

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  1. So pretty and classic!! looks great.

  2. I only do easy DIYs. Like.. Cutting things up. Or removing sleeves. I'm so lazy :(

  3. Gorgeous! I love the color you chose. I've been dying over cowls all winter and need to just go on and get one!
    I have one DIY project in the works - but it's a summer scarf of some sort not a winter one!

  4. I love the cowl! I wish I could knit and I'd probably start making one in every color, haha.

    Chic on the Cheap

  5. What a great idea and I love the color. I never did learn to knit, but I guess it's never too late to add it to my list.

  6. This is adorable! I want to try & make it! Seriously..

    KF x

  7. So beautiful--I've really been wanting to make a cowl myself but haven't gotten around to it. Also, I can't really knit in the round--somehow it seems to blow my mind!

  8. Thanks, Julie!!

    Annebeth, there are plenty of easy DIY's out there :)

    Vanessa, I can't wait to see your DIY project!

    Lyddiegal, it's hard to stop making them once you start!

    Betsy, it's definitely never too late!

    Kenzie, you should try it!

    sherri, thanks! you could always seam up the two ends after knitting it flat!

  9. Oh oh oh - I really need to learn how to knit. The cowl neck is so flattering and love your color choice!

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