Arm Knit Cloud Cowl
SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
- Patons® Cobbles: Winter White, 2 balls
- Bernat® Roving: Rice Paper, 1 ball
- Bernat® Boucle: Natural, 1 ball
- Large-eyed tapestry needle or crochet hook
Note: There will likely be enough Boucle and Roving left to make another cowl.
Approx 13â€³ tall x 30â€³ circumference
Gauge is tricky in arm knitting because all arms are not the same size. Fortunately, for this project gauge is not important!
Holding all 4 strands of yarn together as one, CO 7 sts.
Row 1: AK to end.
Row 2: AP (Hold yarn in front of arm, push yarn through loop on arm to create new stitch, let old loop fall off arm) to end.
Tip: In Arm Knitting, only work on the front side of the project at any given time, so the same method (knitting one row, purling the next) that would create Stockinette Stitch in traditional knitting produces Garter Stitch here.
Using one strand of yarn and either a tapestry needle or crochet hook, seam together short edges. Weave in all ends.
AK = arm knit
AP = arm purl