Urban Cowl on the All-n-One Loom

UrbanCowl cropped
The Urban Cowl is one of ultimate favorite items to wear. It not only looks good with almost every piece of clothing, but it can also be knit in one afternoon. I wanted to make another one on Saturday and I wanted to use my All-n-One loom. So I sat down and realized that I could use 2 pegs as one to create a “bigger” stitch for my Malabrigo Rasta yarn.

The picture shown uses almost 2 skeins of Malabrigo Rasta, it goes around the neck twice. If you prefer, you can use 1 skein for a one loop cowl.

Warm, fast and easy were priority for this knit. I needed something that would look chunky and fashionable, something I could wear with my jeans, something that screamed urban style.

PATTERNUrbanCowl2

Knitting Loom
All-n-One loom, 30 pegs. You will use 2 pegs as 1.

Yarn
140 yds of Super Bulky weight wool yarn. Sample was knit using Malabrigo Rasta, 1.5 skeins.

Notions
Knitting tool, tapestry needle.

Gauge
Not important for this project

Abbreviations
k: knit stitch
p: Purl stitch
rep: Repeat
st: Stitch

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on 15 stitches

Row 1: *k1, p1; rep from * to last st, k1

Row 2: *p1, k1; rep from * to the last st, p1

Repeat Row 1 and Row 2: until item measures 48 inches.
Bind off with basic bind off method.

Finishing
Seam bind off edge to cast on edge using mattress stitch.

To wear: wrap twice around neckline, or just wear it as a long scarf.

9 thoughts on “Urban Cowl on the All-n-One Loom

  1. I would love to make something in between the urban cowl and summer elegance. I want to use thin yarn (something like a fake fur or eyelash type) with lots of space between the stitches. I have something I bought that is like the urban cowl but is 18′ wide so it is very stretchy and can be shaped different ways. Can you suggest a pattern that I could adjust. The one I have is is knitted like a scarf with the end on one sewn to the side of the end of the other. Would love suggestions!

    I don’t want it to be warm, just to dress up a plain top. Thanks for any help!

  2. Thanks for showing this. I never thought of using two pegs for one stitch…what a wonderful idea.
    Love the yarn you used…the texture of your finished product…the way you can see every stitch so well when t is done this way!
    Thank you again.

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