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Sarah Owl Pompom Hat and Cowl - knitting pattern

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  • Illustrated Knitting Pattern
  • US Imperial/Metric measurements
  • Adult
  • Intermediate


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Sarah Owl Pompom Hat and Cowl - adult

Sarah Owl was a character in a book I used to read to my daughter Sarah when she was young. We read it so often, we both knew the text off by heart! And now she’s all grown up, she’s my lovely model! The pattern allows different stitch textures to shine, with owls thrown in for good measure!

It is an intermediate knit, with very simple cabling, each item knitted flat on two needles and sewn together. Any chunky/bulky yarn should be okay, although yarn recommendations are given in the pattern. Instructions are written line by line in English, with British/American terms.

A cosy, fashionable knit, for getting out and about. Matching poncho and gloves available.

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Materials you need at home:

For the Hat - • 2 x 100g balls of Katia Alaska colour 20. (115m/126yds each ball.) Actual amount used - 124g.
(Most chunky/bulky yarns work well with this pattern, although amounts may vary and please check your tension/gauge). • 5.5mm (UK5 - USA9) and 6.5mm (UK3 – USA 10.5) knitting needles. • 8 x 11mm/ 3/8in buttons for eyes and a needle and thread to sew them on. There are 4 owls on the hat, but you can adjust the number of buttons if you want eyes on less owls! • A tapestry needle to sew the ends in. • A pom-pom maker approx. 8cm/3.25in in diameter. (Or your preferred size.)

For the Cowl - • 3 x 100g balls of Katia Alaska colour 20, (115m/126yds per ball.) Actual amount used – 210g.
• 7mm (UK2 – USA 10.75) and a similar size cable needle. • 14 x 11mm/ 3/8in buttons for eyes and a needle and thread to sew them on. There are 7 owls on the cowl. You can adjust the number of buttons if you want eyes on less owls! • A large/tapestry needle.

Please note that although you need 3 balls for the cowl and 2 balls for the hat, you only need 4 balls to make both.