Knit EZ Wool Cozy Cowl Neck Pullover Pattern

Knit EZ Wool Cozy Cowl Neck Pullover Pattern

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EZ Wool Cozy Cowl Neck Pullover

EZ knit Cowl Sweater

EZ knit Cowl Sweater

I don’t know about you, but when it starts to get a little chilly I love cuddling up in a cozy sweater.  This Cozy Cowl Neck Pullover made with Bernat Alize EZ Wool is so warm and stylish and perfect for curling up in. It’s a little bit more of a challenge than some of the other Alize patterns being an intermediate level, but it’s so worth it and who doesn’t love a challenge!

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4 thoughts on “Knit EZ Wool Cozy Cowl Neck Pullover Pattern”

  1. Ann says:

    No blue button

  2. Regina says:

    Is there any way you could show how to do the sleeve area? I’ve done the torso but I’m confused at the sleeve area.

  3. Michele Berg says:

    Is it just me, or would this sweater start to pill, fuzz, and pick up every stray particle of dirt in a 3 foot radius after about a hour or two of wearing? It’s cute and all, but doesn’t seem very practical.

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