Shipwreck Cove cowl

By Suzie Blackman

A nautical cabled cowl with draw-cord fastening and rippled textures, inspired by the rugged West Cornwall coast.

Buy me!

Buy PDF pattern
PDF download
$5.50
Buy it now
Instant download – no account needed!
Paypal accepted

PDF knitting pattern

Published 25 September 2016
Yarn weight:   Skill level:

The all-over cable pattern is deceptively simple and makes for a snug fabric that’s sure to keep those sea (or land!) breezes at bay. Picot edging and pompom fastening add a touch of class.

Shipwreck Cove cowl

Shipwreck Cove cowl (detail)

The garment is worked in one piece, in the round. Both written and charted cable instructions are provided as well as a photo-tutorial for creating the carrier. It’s a one-skein project designed for our Awesome Aran yarn.

Pattern information

Skill level

Intermediate – suitable for knitters with previous experience of cable knitting and knitting in-the-round.

Garment measurements

Approximate size when blocked, laid flat

cm inches
Width at upper edge 27 10½
Width at lower edge 31 12¼
Length 22

Yarn

It's a Stitch Up Awesome Aran in 'Heart of Glass'

It’s a Stitch Up Awesome Aran in ‘Heart of Glass’

It’s a Stitch Up Awesome Aran – Hand-dyed 100% British Bluefaced Leicester superwash wool

Pattern uses 1 x 100g skein (166m/182 yards) in ‘Heart of Glass‘.

Buy yarn

The suggested yarn can be substituted for any aran-weight wool yarn. Solid or semi-solid colours work best with this design.

Needles & equipment

  • 4mm (US 6) straight or circular needles
  • 4.5mm (US 7) circular needle at least 80cm/32 inches
  • 5mm (US 8) circular needle at least 80cm/32 inches
  • 4.5mm (US 7) short circular needle or set of double-pointed needles
  • Spare needle, 4mm (US 6) or smaller
  • Cable needle, 4.5mm (US 7) or smaller (optional)
  • 4.5-6.5mm/1¾-2½ inch pompom maker (Clover size S or M) (optional)


Buy me!

Buy PDF pattern
PDF download
$5.50
Buy it now
Instant download – no account needed!
Paypal accepted


Post a comment

Your email is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked *