Donny Cowl




Pattern: Donny Cowl

The Donny Cowl by Corrina Ferguson can do anything! With just one skein of bulky yarn, you have a cozy, close-fitting cowl. With two skeins you have yourself a deliciously squishy scarf, a stole, or a cowl with different finishing choices. It’s reversible, because, like I said, Donny can do anything! The Donny Cowl is named for Donny Osmond, the singer of Puppy Love, which is the gorgeous red/pink/natural colorway of the yarn used in the sample.

The Small Cowl uses 100 yards of bulky-weight yarn and makes a cowl that is 15” high and 30” around.

The Large Version uses 200 yards of bulky-weight yarn and makes a cowl that is 15” and 60” around. Alternatively, it can be left unseamed and used as a scarf or stole with measurements of 60” long and 15” wide.

The Donny Cowl Pattern includes:

  • Complete materials and yarn requirements list
  • Detailed written pattern instructions
  • Full color photos
  • Notes page for keeping track of your progress and/or modifications
  • This pattern is a 5-page downloadable and printable digital PDF.

    More to Explore

    Kingsbury Hat

    Kingsbury Hat

    Description Pattern: Kingsbury Hat The Kingsbury Hat by Jen Lucas is a super bulky-weight hat that can be knit in just a few hours! The lace pattern in this hat features working purl decreases on the right side of the work. These purl stitches add an interesting texture that look…
    Cornflower Shawl

    Cornflower Shawl

    Description Pattern: Cornflower Shawl The Cornflower Shawl by Jen Lucas is a simple lace shawl, that’s easy to customize to the size you like. Worked sideways and on the bias, the piece starts with just seven stitches. Increases are worked along the top edge of the shawl, while decreases are…
    Aranthera Shawl

    Aranthera Shawl

    Description Pattern: Aranthera Shawl A great piece for layering, Aranthera is a sideways-knit shawlette that can be easily worked until you run out of yarn. The she shawl begins by casting on six stitches. The body of the shawl is worked by increasing along the top edge, while working decreases…