My cowl is finished and it's soooo soft! That's thanks to the Pakucho organic cotton yarn! It feels great against the skin and would be great for a sweater or hat, too.
I was inspired by this cowl on The Purl Bee, but I chose a thicker cotton yarn to work with. It gives the cowl more body so I can fold it over and make it stand up like a turtleneck or leave it unfolded and slouchy.
I used 100 grams of the Pakucho organic cotton yarn in Green Forest and the pattern is so easy you can work on it while you watch your favorite TV show (Project Runway).
Cast on 100 stitches using size 8 circular needles.
Join for working in the round, being careful not to twist it!
Work in 1x1 ribbing (knit 1, purl1, repeat) until you've used up all 100 grams of yarn.
Bind off loosely, cut & knot the yarn, weave in your yarn tails and your cowl is finished!
So easy! The yarn really does all the work, so make sure you choose one with a nice texture.