The Honey Stitch Cowl knitting pattern is ready for your hot little hands on the Canadian Living website! I love this cowl because it’s so timeless and versatile (if I do say so myself!). It would look equally flattering on a twenty-something as it would on a fifty-something. It adds refinement to a denim work shirt and, thrown over a cashmere sweater, adds bold shapes and textures.
I’ve knit up the Honey Stitch Cowl using four balls of KPC Yarns Novomerino. Worked on 7mm needles and chunky yarn, this cowl comes together nice and quick.
The central panel is made up of honey stitch cables – BUT before you freak out and become overwhelmed with the idea of cabling, and cabling that many little twists, let me assure you that it’s not that hard.
And get this: you can knit this entire cowl without a cable needle.
You read that right. No fiddling with a tiny cable needle required! Don’t believe me? Watch the video tutorial to see that you don’t need – nay! That you never need a cable needle – to make a cable.