Double Loop Knit and Purl Cowl Pattern

Sometimes the simplest designs are just the best.  Big yarn + big needles = instant gratification knitting for me.  I got the idea to knit this one weekend when I needed something quick and easy to de-stress after a long week of work and crazy kiddos.  I had two skeins left of this  Wool and the Gang's Crazy Sexy Wool and ended up creating this awesome cowl.  Enjoy!

Materials
US 19 (15mm) 40" circular knitting needles
2 Skeins Wool and the Gang Crazy Sexy Wool (Color pictured is Sandtrooper Beige)
Tapestry needle
Stitch Marker
Scissors

Measurements
About 13 inches wide and 58 inches in circumference

Gauge
6 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches (note that gauge isn’t that important when knitting a scarf)

This is a very simple pattern that creates a unique look by the way the garment rolls on either end with the simple bind off.  The garment is meant to roll and will not lay flat.  You'll be completing stockinette stitch on the right side for half the width and then stockinette stitch on the wrong side for the last half.

Instructions (for Knitting in the Round)
Cast on 80 stitches and join in the round, being careful not to twist.  Place a marker to denote the beginning/end of round
Rows 1-14: Knit to the end
Rows 15-28: Purl to the end
Bind off loosely

Instructions for Knitting Flat
Cast on 80 stitches
Row 1: Knit to end
Row 2: Purl to end
Repeat Rows 1-2 six more times
Row 15: Purl to end
Row 16: Knit to end
Repeat Rows 15-16 six more times
Bind off loosely

Enjoy!