Cripple Creek Cowl -- a loom knit pattern

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The Cripple Creek Cowl is fun to knit and uses the interesting, yet easy, Rivulet Stitch pattern. I love this stitch pattern because it’s simple enough to do while watching television and quick enough that you can knit up a cowl in an evening or two. The other thing I love about the Rivulet Stitch pattern is that it’s reversible. Though the two sides are similar, one side has a more pronounced “little river” thread running through the fabric. It looks good either way.

For a preview of how easy the Rivulet Stitch is to master, go watch my YouTube video that demonstrates the technique used to create this beautiful and easy stitch: https://youtu.be/H4qPW6HUHFE

The orange variegated cowl sample was knit with 80 yards of Yarn Bee Calcutta Chunky, a #5 bulky weight cotton/acrylic blend.

The brown scarflet sample was knit with 80 yards of Buttercream by Luxe Craft Alpaca Solid, a #6 super bulky weight alpaca/acrylic blend.

The cowl is knit as a flat panel on any 3/4” gauge loom, like the yellow 41 peg Knifty Knitter round loom.

The pattern includes a picture tutorial to guide you step by step through the two rows of the Rivulet Stitch. The pattern is suitable for an advanced beginning loom knitter who can confidently e-wrap knit and purl.

The pattern is ready for download now as a PDF file.

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