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Haula Cowl

By: Katy Petersen from
Haula Cowl
Haula Cowl

"This cowl is more of a cowl/ shawls hybrid. The top is worked flat in a half circle. The the bottom is worked in the rounds. My sample is made with just one skein of Knit Picks Brava. If you’d like it larger you can simply add more rounds to the bottom."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeOne Size 20" opening at the top, 35" opening at the bottom, 12" tall in the front.

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Another idea so great that I wish I would have thought of it myself! It is such a simple concept. Women everywhere have been put off by extra bulk on the back of their neck which they have to stuff under a coat or sweater. So KT and the Squid created what we all wanted and needed. I think the design with the little holes created adds a touch of flair versus a solid double crochet. She has other cowl using this same design concept that I plan on checking out as soon as possible.

Just reading the initial description of how this cowl is constructed really intrigued me. Once I went to the link, I found that the author included a small photo at the top of the pattern. This was a big aha moment, because I instantly saw the logic of this design. Cowls are wonderful accessories any time of year. This is a simple pattern, and Im looking forward to working it up in spring colors.

This is one unusual pattern for a cowl. I like the uniqueness of its patter beginning with forming a circle on top then finishing in a round design. I like the very natural green shade. If you like this cowl to look bulkier, just add more rounds in the bottom to your desired width. Try making this unique cowl. You may use another color for this Haula Cowl.

I really like both the texture of this cowl and the unique, bold emerald color. I don't have too much of this color in my closet, so this would be a great addition!


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