Big Game Day Cowl


Big Game Day Cowl

Big Game Day Cowl
Big Game Day Cowl

"This year for the Big Game we thought that we would have a little fun and have a mystery make-along. Before the event even started you all blew me away with the number of people that signed up for the event. No matter what team you are rooting for lets have a great time and make some beautiful pieces! This fun cowl could be a shawl if that is what you wish. Make it with 10oz of worsted weight yarn and a J/6 hook."


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge12 dc = 4″ (10 cm), 5 rows = 2.5″ (6.35 cm)

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This cowl is just amazing! I love the elaborate texture created by combining all the different stitches. Forget about the Big Gamethis would make a fashion statement everywhere you go. Where I dont want to go is hunting down each part of this pattern. After reading the comments, I went to her Ravelry page hoping the entire pattern would be posted there. Nope. Referred me back to the link above. Anyone else have better luck finding the pattern in one piece?

I wish I had known about this crochet along when it was happening! This cowl looks super warm and comfortable! I did not feel like opening all the clue pages at this point, but I am hoping when I do decide to make this they are all still there. From the picture, it looks like there are a bunch of different colors used, but I am wondering if she only used a variegated yarn.

No kidding. Most of the CALs I've seen have a link to the entire pattern once the project is over.


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