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The Harvest Cowl Knitting Pattern: Cozy + Warm Textured Knit Scarf

The Design Concept of The Harvest Cowl Knitting Pattern: Cozy Texture Plus Color

When designing The Harvest Cowl knitting pattern, I had in mind to create a unique, textured cowl scarf that was a total show-stopper. I actually don't have any cowl knit or crochet patterns in my design portfolio, so I thought it was the perfect timing to add some to the Darling Jadore collection! The stunning knitted texture of The Harvest Cowl engulfs you with unparalleled warmth and coziness in a beautiful harmony of colors, making this cowl a timeless and unique fall or winter accessory.  The Harvest Cowl details provide so much visual interest due to the variation of texture throughout.

Suitable for beginner knitters, The Harvest Cowl knitting pattern equips you with a stitch glossary, schematic with precise measurements, highly-detailed written instructions, links to tons of video and photo assistance, and more. Although the design of this cowl might look complex, it's actually so stinkin' easy to make, and once you memorize the pattern repeat, you'll whiz through this design in no time at all. The beautiful repetition of texture is captivating and makes this cowl such an enjoyable knit. I loved knitting it so much, that I was even thinking about turning it into a blanket so that I could knit it even longer! Trust me when I say you'll really enjoy this knitting pattern!

The Details of The Harvest Cowl Knitting Pattern: Texture, Colors, and Cozy Warmth

Knitted seamlessly in the round, bottom-up on circular knitting needles, The Harvest Cowl is completely engulfed in a gorgeous array of classic knit stitches that create a truly stunning texture throughout the knitted cowl. Just running your fingers over the cowl, you'll be mesmerized by the gorgeous details and the cozy warmth it provides. I purposely designed this knitting pattern to be suitable for beginner to advanced-beginner knitters because it incorporates only simple knit stitches and techniques, and I provide numerous links to videos content and photo content throughout the entire pattern that you can click on to view for reference.

The Harvest Cowl appears to have little ridges that flow horizontally in segments across the cowl, and then there are beautiful cream-colored vertical lines that run upward along the body of the cowl. All of these beautifully stunning knitted details are actually a complete breeze to knit, and I'm so happy this pattern is beginner-friendly and super easy! When you complete The Harvest Cowl, it really looks like you put a lot of hard effort into knitting it, but it's actually super easy. 

Let's break it down -- what's in The Harvest Cowl knitting pattern? A stitch glossary, links to loads of helpful videos and photos, written text to explain everything, a schematic with precise measurements, and all the other attributes any great and easy-to-understand knitting  pattern ought to have! 

Did you know you can also grab this knitting pattern on EtsyRavelry, and Loveknitting?

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Materials Required For The Harvest Cowl Knitting Pattern

In order to follow The Harvest Cowl knitting pattern, you will need U.S. Size 8 (5.0 mm) 29" circular knitting needles, approximately 440 yards total of two different yarn colors that are medium/worsted-weight (category 4); similar cream yarns: here, here, and here; similar brown yarns: here, here, and here, and scissors and that's it! Other notions recommended but not required by this knitting pattern include a row counterstitch marker, and tapestry needle. As mentioned above, there are plenty of tutorial videos and photos linked within the knitting pattern for reference, so don't forget to check those out for assistance!

As with all Darling Jadore knitting patterns and crochet patterns, all the specific materials (including the brands, etc) are located and linked to within the digital pattern file so you can make the exact cowl photographed.

Can I Knit The Harvest Cowl? What's The Skill Level Of This Knitting Pattern?

I specifically designed The Harvest Cowl knitting pattern for beginner to advanced-beginner knitters. This knitting pattern is extremely fun and easy to follow, and I link to loads of video tutorials and photo tutorials throughout the pattern for reference. The Harvest Cowl is knitted seamlessly in the round, bottom-up on circular knitting needles, and the body of the cowl requires only the simplest of knit stitches and techniques that beautifully combine to create the stunning texture. The finished Harvest Cowl looks way more complicated than it actually is to knit, and once you memorize the easy pattern repeat, you can take this knitting pattern project with your wherever and quickly follow it. 

In fact, this cowl is so easy to make, that it was my constant companion knitting project while traveling on a road trip a few months ago, and it also makes for a great mindless knitting pattern to follow while binging on Netflix (ha!). Overall, The Harvest Cowl knitting pattern is a super easy (and really addictive) knit project to follow, and I was actually pretty bummed when the project came to an end, because the texture was so addicting to knit!

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Accessing The Harvest Cowl Knitting Pattern (And All Darling Jadore Knit and Crochet Patterns): Retrieval, Downloading, Etc

All Darling Jadore knitting patterns and crochet patterns are digital downloads that are e-mailed immediately after payment is processed, so make sure you enter in your correct e-mail at checkout. Unlike some knitwear designers, all Darling Jadore pattern links never expire, meaning you can download it at any time, and it will always be available to you. Additionally, all Darling Jadore knitting patterns and crochet patterns are "live", meaning that they are constantly being updated. Therefore, if any knit or crochet pattern you've purchased is updated (e.g., instructions changed, videos added, etc), you are sent an e-mail notification and all you need to do is simply re-download your file for the updated version. We at Darling Jadore are passionate about providing the highest quality knitting patterns and crochet patterns and videos to our customers, and to us, that means always updating versions of our patterns to make them the highest possible quality when possible. Most of our knit and crochet patterns are 5+ pages long, include numerous instructional photos and schematics with specific measurements, as well as easy-to-read (i.e., "Plain English") instructions in addition to classic knit or crochet instructions. All Darling Jadore patterns are ad-free, and printer-friendly.

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Reselling From Darling Jadore Knitting Patterns: Can I Sell My Finished Harvest Cowl?

Yes, of course! All finished items made from Darling Jadore knitting patterns and crochet patterns may be sold, so long as clear credit has been given to Darling Jadore™ on your website and/or social media account (if shown and sold there). I love when customers tell me they buy our knit and crochet patterns for "market prep", meaning that they will make a lot of the items in bulk and eventually sell them in fall and winter markets and festivals , or in their Etsy shop, etc. I love seeing your finished items, but kindly ask that you give crochet pattern design credit to Darling Jadore. If you're interested in stocking up your Etsy shop or doing market prep, you might want to check out these fan-favorite patterns: The Cappuccino MittsThe Avalon Hat, and The Haze Scarf.

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I really hope you enjoy this easy knitting pattern for The Harvest Cowl and find it as enjoyable of a knitting project as I did in designing it! 






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