Apocalypse Cowl pattern - by Parna Mehrbani

Apocalypse Cowl pattern - by Parna Mehrbani | Twisted
Apocalypse Cowl pattern - by Parna Mehrbani | Twisted
Apocalypse Cowl pattern - by Parna Mehrbani | Twisted
Apocalypse Cowl pattern - by Parna Mehrbani | Twisted
Brand
Twisted
Craft
Knitting
Yarn
120 yards DK
Skill Level
Advanced Beginner
Designer
Parna Mehrbani
Delivery
PDF Download
Designed in
Oregon

Apocalypse Cowl pattern - by Parna Mehrbani

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Brand
Twisted
Craft
Knitting
Yarn
120 yards DK
Skill Level
Advanced Beginner
Designer
Parna Mehrbani
Delivery
PDF Download
Designed in
Oregon

In recent years, I've decided to just admit that I'm a bit of a sci-fi / fantasy geek. I love to watch or read plot lines about good vs. evil, humans vs. supes (that's slang for supernatural beings to us nerdy types), demons vs. angels… you get the idea.

I knit this cowl while watching the final episodes in a "save the world from the apocalypse" season of one of my favorite TV shows. I couldn't help but think that the oh-so-cute boys tasked with saving the world would have benefited from something to keep them warm during those long and lonely nights fighting evil.

Delivery

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Yarn

120 yards DK weight yarn

Needles

US #3 (3.25mm) 24" or 32" circular - or size YOU need to get gauge

Notions

darning needle, one 1.5" button

Gauge

24 sts = 4" in stocking stitch
25 sts = 4" in Diagonal Rib Pattern

Measurements

Approximately 22" x 5" after blocking

Skill Level

Advanced Beginner

Pattern Revisions

10/2010 - Published