Little Earthquakes

Jen Geigley

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Short Description: I have been yearning to knit a gigantic neck tube that I could also wear as a hood for quite some time. Little Earthquakes is the giant, super bulky, unisex cowl of my dreams. Knit one up and you will see how fun this piece can be. It looks great no matter how you wear it, and it’s ever-so-practical for keeping warm in cold climates. Wear it loosely around your neck and you will be impressed with how much warmer you will feel. Pull it up over your head and you’ve got an instant, giant hood to keep your ears and face warm. You will be so glad you added this versatile accessory to your cold-weather wardrobe, and you can knit one this weekend. 

Gauge: 4 inches = 4 sts and 7 rows in 2x2 rib on US 19 (15 mm) needles

Finished Measurements: 20 x 22 inches (flat)

Materials Used: YARN:  Wool and the Gang Crazy Sexy Wool in ‘Eagle Grey’ (Super Bulky, 100% Peruvian wool; 87 yards per 200 g ball) – 2 balls


  • Stitch marker
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors 

Needle Size: US 19 (15 mm) circular needles. 29” length (or size needed to obtain gauge)

Pattern Includes:

Skill Level: Beginner

Other Details: Knit in the round, seamless