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Apple Crisp Cowl

This Apple Crisp Cowl is the perfect fall accessory. You can make t-shirt and jeans look cozy and delicious. The front isn't bulky, so it will fit nicely under a coat and over a sweater. We love the button detailing and the half double crochet and camel stitches of this design. Warmth and crispness make this cowl is a great reminder of that scrumptious dish that is its namesake. Look fashionable and be warm in this crochet cowl!

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook, K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

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Cowls are so cool for that extra layer of warmth. This apple crisp cowl has a little extra with the added buttons. Remember to select your favorite color and if you are smart you will make two because you know your bestie will want one too.

This is a really sharp and sassy cowl pattern. I thought the buttons were just for show but they are for function. Read over all of the directions first because there are a few things you need to be aware of before you start but I am sure you will love this cowl once completed.

This is a great cowl pattern. I have a collection of several different fall colors of yarn that I have picked up over the years that would be great for this project. Thats the great thing about yarn, it never goes bad or out of style. Cooler weather will soon be here for some, but not here in Florida.

Ive noticed that there seems to be two distinct types of cowls. Some appear to be designed to wear under a coat to give extra protection around the neck and chest. The other kind is more like a scarf and worn over your other outerwear. Then theres this stylish little number that can be worn either way. The pattern is worked flat and instead of a video about how to work it, its about how to WEAR it.

I love big, oversize triangle shawls worn as a scarf, and big oversize blanket scarves, but sometimes a girl just wants a clean looking, fitted, and simple neck cover. This fits the bill perfectly. Myself, I would create it using the Vanna's choice red or a denim blue. I like how she leaves that choice up to us- stating we can use ANY worsted weight yarn we prefer.

If you're looking for a quick pattern for a warm cowl, this should be on your list! The pattern is very well written and easy to follow. If you're stuck for ideas for holiday gifts, I might consider making a couple of these! I'm sure they would be well received!

I love this Apple Crisp Cowl pattern. It is so well written and even has a few links to show how to do the stitches. It looks so unique, and I'm sure my daughters will be wanting to steel mine. Oh ya, this is on my to do list..The pattern is easy enough that I think it can be whipped up in a evening. Now my problem is what color to do it in?? Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

Love love love this cowl. Love the shape, buttons, everything.

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