With so many plain yarns on the knitting market today, sometimes a project with a bit of texture is just what you need. This easy to knit cowl uses just one ball of Prism Stuff Yarn. The yarn is actually handtied with a vide variety of various yarns. The yarns include sparkle, slubs, fringe, chenille, furry, and even a hint of eyelash. The most exciting part of knitting with Prism Stuff is that you never know what yarn is coming up next. The combinations are always interesting making it a really fast knitting project.
The cowl is long enough to wear long and loose or double around the neck.
Completed Cowl Measures: 48" circumference x 8" high
Gauge: 9 sts to 4" in stockinette stitch
You will need:
1 ball Prism Stuff Yarn, shown in color Pueblo
Size US 15 circular 24" needle
Cast on 110 stitches, place marker and join in round being careful not to twist stitches.
Knit all rounds.
Bind off and weave in yarn ends.