Slip Stitch Summer Cowl
If it’s summer and you’re in a draft or under a night sky, linen is just the thing for warming up without heating up. Our Slip Stitch Summer Cowl in Field Linen is a true summertime companion, naturally beautiful and cool-to-the-touch.
An easy-to-remember repeat of two rounds, this slip stitch pattern is just knitting one round, then alternating a slip and a purl on the next. Meditative knitting at its best!
And in our Field Linen, this cowl has a crisp stitch definition, a lovely drape, and a pretty, soft sheen. Save luggage space and pack this project for summer travels… Just 3 skeins of Field Linen and a free pattern you can store in your brain!
As casual to knit as it is to drape around yourself, this is what summer knitting is all about!
Designed for Purl Soho by Jake Canton.
- 3 skeins of Purl Soho’s Field Linen, 100% linen. Each skein is 295 yards; approximately 885 yards required. We used Silver Thistle.
- US 4, 32-, 40-, or 47-inch circular needles
- A stitch marker
30 stitches = 4 inches in stitch pattern
- Finished Height: 12 inches
- Finished Circumference: 56 inches
Slip all slipped stitches purlwise.
Cast on 420 stitches. Place a marker and join for working in the round, being careful to not twist the stitches.
Round 1: Knit to end of round.
Round 2: *Slip 1 with yarn in back, p1, repeat from * to end of round.
Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until piece measures 12 inches from cast-on edge, ending with Round 1.
Bind off knitwise.
Weave in the ends and block as desired!