Petals Cowl by HEK of A Knit | Petals Cowl combines the short row petals of the Progressions shawls (Progressions, Progression Trios, and Progressions Sideways) with sections of stripes to create this statement infinity cowl. The pattern is comprised of one section that is repeated multiple times. Each section is 6.25" long, and you can customize your cowl length by adjusting the number of sections/colors used. One of my samples used a set of 12 - 20g mini-skeins (for an overall length of 75"). And the other sample used a shawl set of one 100g skein and 5 - 20g mini-skeins (for an overall length of 62"). One of my testers knit her cowl with two 100g skeins for a two tone look. There are so many ways to choose your colors!
Gauge: 23 stitches per 4 inches and 52 rows per 4 inches in garter stitch
Finished Measurements: 6.25" per section. 10 section version is 62", 12 section version is 75"
Materials Used: 20g of fingering yarn per section. 10 section version used one 100g skein and 5 - 20g mini-skeins. 12 section version used 12 - 20g mini-skeins
Needle Size: 3.25mm
Pattern Includes: written instructions and row counters
Skill Level: beginner friendly
Other Details: Techniques/Skills: This pattern uses German short rows and yarn over, knit 2 together eyelets for the petals, and a provisional cast on for joining the ends together once the cowl is completed. (you can also do a traditional cast on and sew the ends together, or leave unconnected as a scarf)