Triple C

Triple C
Copyright Kelly Menzies

Triple C


I initially designed and made this for my friend Alan.
He likes to be warm and snug but doesn’t like to get too over heated.
This cowl can be opened up as much as you like but since it is joined
at the bottom it will not fall off. This very large cowl is ideal for
the cold weather of Autumn and Winter.
Made from super soft yarn, it is incredibly comfortable.
5 press studs down the front can be opened easily to let in a little air
if you get too warm. The press studs have non functioning silver buttons
covering them, purely for the design. The cowl pulls on over your head
so it will not fall off if you open too many press studs.
There are lots of different ways to wear this.
(PDF download only)
or see them on Ravelry.

Sizes:Triple C

To fit one size: Adult


200g / 87 yards /80 meters Wendys Serenity Super Chunky / Super Bulky in 1711 (shown in Peony)

70% Acrylic, 20% Alpaca, 10% Wool

1 Size 10mm circular needle
1 pair size 10mm straight needles
1 stitch marker
6 large press studs (snaps)
5 buttons
1 yarn needle

9st / 14 rows = 4 inches in moss st

Skills required:  Triple C

Knit and purl stitches

Knitting in the round

Picking up and knitting stitches.

Sewing on press studs (snaps) and buttons.

Instructions are provided in written format.

Originally published August 2011.

PDF file size: 753KB


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