Oh, this is so very very nice.
Designed by Laura of Fiber Dreams, I will let her tell you about it:
Evocative of a sun room’s windows framed by old-growth climbing roses in full bloom, or the rose garden at a country manor house with bushes absolutely covered with fragrant old-fashioned blossoms. Knit this thick cowl and surround yourself with sweet-smelling blooms on the coldest winter days.
Cowl is worked in the round with yarn held doubled, and knit from one end straight through to the other. Add a repeat or two to widen it, then this stretchy cowl can easily double as a cozy capelet.
The original was made using fingering weight yarn, held doubled -- about 725 yards. Or, if you would rather, you can go with a light worsted weight or DK weight yarn with half the yardage (and hold it singly, if you follow my drift).
The finished size (height x circumference top/circumference bottom) is 13.5 x 29/26 inches, relaxed (34 x 74/66 cm).
Oh, and the pattern is both charted and written.
So pick out a marvelous yarn and get going -- this is a real beauty.
Stitch patterns: Charted and written.