Meet the Campfire Flames Cowl

The Campfire Flames cowl is inspired by the very thing after which it’s named; the curving shapes of a campfire.
The curves are created using German short rows, and are framed by ridges of garter stitch and a neat i-cord edge. The cowl is begun with a provisional cast on, and finished with a Three Needle Bind-off, meaning there’s minimal finishing before it’s ready to wear.
The Campfire Flames cowl has a 6-section repeat, so although it’s designed for two skeins of cosy aran weight yarn, it can be easily shortened or extended depending on your preference – and your yarn stash. The pattern is written for two colours, making it a fantastic way to show off those special single skeins.

meet the designer

Jacki Badger of The Woolly Badger

Jacki is a knitwear designer and knitting teacher based in Bristol, UK. She’s all about encouraging knitters to try new things, whether they’re attending one of her workshops, or knitting one of her patterns. She’s been knitting since her 90s childhood, designing since 2020, and teaching since 2021.

The Woolly Badger

Yarn + Materials

Malabrigo Rios in Sunset (MC): 1 skein, or approx 180 yds/165 m of worsted weight yarn

Malabrigo Rios in Glazed Carrot (CC): 1 skein, or approx 147 yds/135 m of worsted weight yarn

Finished Measurements

a - circumference: 44"/110 cm 

b - width: 12.5"/31 cm

Resources & Errata

Tutorial: Provisional Cast On

There are currently no errata for this pattern.

All photography of inTANDEM zine designs is from A Day in the Light Photography