Cozette Cowl has a reversible lace pattern, is great for any occasion and can be work long, draped around the neck or wrapped up cosily without any fear of a ‘wrong side’ showing. As the weather turns cooler I love nothing more than to wrap a luxuriously soft cowl around my neck.
Self-publishing Cozette has been on my ‘to-do’ list for a long time. The cowl was originally published in Knit Now ‘Best of British’ magazine, issue 44 way back in February 2014. I have been selling the printed version of the pattern at Yarndale for the past two years and it has been very popular. Sorting out the digital download of the pattern has taken me a while to get round to, however I am now very happy to report that the pattern can now be purchased as a PDF file.
I love this design and I am so happy to see it out in the wild! The idea for the cowl came when I was swatching lace patterns and trying to make reversible pattern that could be wrapped around the neck, and however it fell there would be no ‘wrong side’ showing.
The cowl is finished off with a ribbed edge and button closure. The buttons and reversible lace means that it can be worn draped long around your neck, or wrapped up cozily to be very snug. It can even be worn open like a scarf or twisted before buttoning to be an infinity cowl.
You can read more about the pattern and the Knit Now release here in the original blog post.
I used two skeins of Eden Cottage Yarns Langdale Aran in Rambling Rose for the cowl. This is such a luxurious and cozy yarn and it knits up very quickly so it would make an ideal last minute Christmas present or gift to yourself this winter.
Cozette Cowl can be purchased here and there is 50% off with the code Cozy Christmas until midnight 31st December 2018 GMT.
Happy knitting, merry Christmas and have a wonderful 2019,