Learn how to knit 5 cowls using any weight yarn!
You'll learn new skills with every cowl you make!
Create five versatile cowls that will be your GO-TO knitting patterns.
We meet on YOUR schedule! You'll have 24-hour access to the course so you can learn any time of day or night.
This course never expires. Once you purchase the course, you have lifetime access to all of the lessons and videos.
This ISN'T a live Zoom call. It's an online course that starts when YOU want so you can learn and grow at your own pace.
So fun, you won't even realize you're learning!
Blissful Beginner Cowl
Do you avoid cowls because they are knitted on circular needles?
Surprise! This one is knitted on straight needles.
Now, you can relax and knit a cowl using ANY WEIGHT YARN on straight needles.
Blissful Beginner may be worn long and loose or doubled around the neck for cold weather.
Plus! You'll learn my favorite way to cast on and seam cowls that are knitted flat AND the best way to keep edges neat and tidy.
Don't worry! Knitting in-the-round is much easier than you think!
Stockinette stitch is used for the body of the cowl. I know you will find this ridiculously enjoyable because guess what? When you knit Stockinette in-the-round, you don't have to purl!
Round-About is a simple and fun-to-knit cowl and I highly recommend knitting this cowl several times in any weight yarn you choose!
By the way, the yarn I used for this project creates these beautiful flowers and stripes as you knit and it's a one-skein project.
Enchanting Eyelet Cowl
Enchanting Eyelet is a stockinette (knit every row) cowl with a rolled hem.
The top portion features a lovely lace pattern. I can't wait to show you how easy knitting lace can be.
You'll also learn lots of my favorite tips and tricks along the way including, unknitting if you make a mistake, adding a knitting lifeline so you don't have to frog your entire project, how to block your completed cowl, and how to never lose your place in your knitting.
Tranquility Tube Cowl
Tranquility is a long endless cowl knitted in a seamless tube and you can knit this using any weight yarn.
Wear this cowl long and loose or double around your neck for a warm and cozy look and feel.
You'll learn how to cast on using an easy provisional cast-on and then join the finished ends with my favorite simple grafting method.
It's named Tranquility because you are going to spend a lot of time just relaxing and knitting this cowl.
Trailblazing Textured Cowl
Is cable knitting difficult?
No! I can't wait to show you how easy it is and with this project, you won't even need a cable needle!
I used to think cable knitting was a long and arduous process requiring many twists and turns in my knitting. I could not have been more wrong.
With the Trailblazing Textured Cowl, you'll understand what it takes to knit a cable using any weight yarn...without frustration...and have a beautiful finished project to wear proudly.
And you will, too!
Every pattern seems doable and as with all of the NobleKnit courses, the information that is provided is priceless. For this one I was excited to learn about...Read More
Every pattern seems doable and as with all of the NobleKnit courses, the information that is provided is priceless. For this one I was excited to learn about interchangeable needles because I'm frustrated that I keep finding that I don't have the exact needle or circular cable length for a pattern so it seems to be time to look into interchangeable needle sets. Having Nancy's advice about the options out there was great and I'm going to do some homework using this information. Also, I checked out the links to other cowl videos & patterns and found my next project! Also, I loved that in the Trailblazing cowl pattern I leaned how to create a cable in an uncomplicated way!! Looking forward to the next course. :-)Read Less
Great videos to augment the text. Lots of good tips added along the way. I really like the instructions for using any weight yarn. It will be a challenge for...Read More
Great videos to augment the text. Lots of good tips added along the way. I really like the instructions for using any weight yarn. It will be a challenge for me to be able to knit some of them, but I’ve got the whole winter to give them a try!Read Less
There were a variety of cowl styles that were featured. The yarn choices were beautiful, and the video demonstrations were very effective. A wealth of addi...Read More
There were a variety of cowl styles that were featured. The yarn choices were beautiful, and the video demonstrations were very effective. A wealth of additional resources were included i.e. free patterns, helpful links, and videos. New techniques were included to extend the knitting skills of the participant. I would highly recommend this course.Read Less
All directions were clearly presented.
All directions were clearly presented.Read Less
I’m on the second week Round About cowl. I’m using a Lion Brand Mandala Ombré cake that is in my stash. I was surprised to find this is a #4 worsted weight y...Read More
I’m on the second week Round About cowl. I’m using a Lion Brand Mandala Ombré cake that is in my stash. I was surprised to find this is a #4 worsted weight yarn. I thought it was DK and was going to use it going two strands together but becauworsted weight decided on a single strand. My arthritic hands prefer yarns not so thick to work with. It’s coming out beautiful.Read Less
Hi, I'm so glad to be part of your knitting journey! Over the past twenty years, I've taught thousands of people just like you to become knitters and help them improve their skills.
They've learned in my shop, my website, my books, and my YouTube channel. I know the pain-points that may keep you from moving forward in your knitting journey and can help you overcome them.
It's hard to know what materials to buy, where to begin, and how to get over the initial learning curve. You'll learn all of these things and much, much more!
Learning in a group setting can be stressful, especially if you are a visual learner. You may need to see a technique several times before it "clicks." There's no reason for discomfort or embarrassment. You'll learn at your own pace without any stress or pressure. And, I'll be there to guide you every step of the way.Happy knitting!
This is a beginner next-level course. You need to know how to cast on, knit, purl, and bind off. Those skills are covered in our Beginner Knitting course.
You have a lifetime membership to any of the online courses you have purchased or been gifted.
All of our courses are perfect for gifting to friends and family! Click on the "gift this course" button so that you can give it as a gift to someone else.
For this course, lessons are revealed over a five-week period. When you purchase the course, you'll receive instant access to Cowl Basics as well as your first cowl tutorial. Each week following, you will receive access to a new cowl tutorial so you can focus on one cowl at a time.
The Cowl Bootcamp includes a discussion section in each lesson. If you are stuck on something, just ask! You will be answered by the instructor and/or another student in the community.
Due to the digital nature of this product, there will be no refunds after purchase.
All of the projects you'll find in the course are EXCLUSIVE to this course and not available for purchase outside of the curriculum.