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12 Skein Crochet Cowl
12 Skein Crochet Cowl
This image courtesy of craftybegonia.blogspot.com

You may think it's impossible to barely use half of a skein on an entire crochet cowl, but you would be wrong. With the 1/2 Skein Crochet Cowl you can make a warm winter accessory even on a tight budget! The teal color shown here is rich and just the right amount of bright, but it can definitely be worked up in other radiant colors as well. This could make an ideal holiday gift or can be kept for your own personal styling. You'll love that this crochet pattern is easy to make and looks trendy, too. Keep this quick and stylish crochet cowl pattern in mind for impromptu gift ideas — you'll be glad you did!

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Medium weight/worsted weight yarn (blogger used Red Heart yarn in Real Teal)
  • H/8 or 5 mm hook
  • Scissors
  • Blunt needle to weave in tails

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I love textured stitch patterns and this cowl is very textured. I love the color used and Red Heart yarn is usually pretty accessible to most people, in the states at least. I also love that it only takes a half of a skein so you can get two cowls out of one skein, which makes it a great pattern for gifts.

I love cowls as theyre so much easier to work up than a long scarf yet still keep the back of your neck cozy! This nubbly project just looks warm and inviting. A very easy, nicely repetitive pattern to follow, and best of all, no tricky stitches for the Beginner to contend with. Personally, I would swap out the initial chain for a Foundation Double Crochet and proceed from there.

Hand crocheted cowls and neck warmers are a perfect accessory for a busy person who is always on the move. This lovely blue cowl is both modern and classic in it's shape and length. I can picture this beauty draped twice and worn as a neck hugger, or even layered with another in a different color. Make this one your go-to crochet cowl in Autumn and Winter.

Love how easy this pattern is and that I could get two out of a skein! This is especially great for when making gifts, can get a ton of product for my money!

This is another cowl that's easy to make. Just double crochets and single crochets. I want to make this as a gift or for my personal use. I like the choice of teal color for this cowl. You have the option to make this wider, depending on your preference and in any color you want.

This seems to good to be true! I love making cowls, especially during the holidays when I have lots of ladies to gift to. In your opinion do you think the Caron worsted weight yarn can be used for this? I prefer the super softness of that one.

This was a really easy pattern, and I love the way it turned out. I thought I was doing it wrong at first, but it looks great!

is there a way to translate this pattern to a weaving loom?

Can't wait to make this!

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