Be Weaving Cowl


"This Be Weaving Cowl is a true statement piece that is lovely and unique! You will get many compliments on this special piece! Made as one piece with the end "tabs" woven together at the end. A video tutorial is included to explain how to weave the piece together. The variations are endless with colors and combinations! There is also a stitch tutorial explaining the foundation single crochet which will help you make this fun cowl!"


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Oh wow what a great looking cowl this one is! I am in love with this one and so like the way the designer show just how to do this weaving the color pieces together. This Be Weaving Cowl is a must have in my cowl collection. She has a great clear video showing how to weave in the strips and how to finish it off which is very helpful. Now that I have learned how to do this I need to figure out what colors to use. I can see this technique being used in other projects like hats, afghans ect. the ideas are endless. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet cowl pattern.

This is just stunning and looks like an expensive designer piece! As intricate as it looks, the crochet work is really very simple. The designer provides a tutorial for this specific project (as well as for Foundation Single Crochet), and even if you decide not to attempt this, do watch the video. This cowl isnt nearly as intimidating at it first appears.

This is a very smart looking modern design for a cowl. Most cowls out there are substantial with the yarn and drape over the shoulders and hang down. Some girls don't like all that extra. For those girls we have the Beweaving Cowl! It is amazing in the taupe-y oatmeal color, as it provides a lighter background for making the colored tabs "pop"! I wonder how long it took her to perfect this design/pattern?!


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