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Forest Fog Crochet Cowl

Forest Fog Crochet Cowl
Forest Fog Crochet Cowl
This image courtesy of lillabjorncrochet.com

When you picture morning in the forest, you likely envision trees covered in a thick gray fog. With that in mind, consider capturing the drama and mystique of a foggy day in nature with the Forest Fog Crochet Cowl. The easy crochet cowl pattern has gray stripes that provide a sharp contrast with stripes in an assortment of bright colors. The result is a crochet cowl that is anything but dreary. This pattern calls for an assortment of bulky yarn, so feel free to raid your yarn stash to complete this project.

NotesAccording to the blogger, you can use leftovers of your bulky yarn to create this cowl.

Easy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials List

  • 1 skein super bulky yarn (blogger used Maxima yarn in shade 15; can be replaced by Vinci yarn)
  • 2 skeins bulky yarn (blogger used Stone Washed XL yarn by Scheepjes in shade 842)
  • G/6 or 4 mm crochet hook, or larger
  • Tapestry needle
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Lovely cowl. I have never worked with super bulky or bulky yarns. I assume since it is such a thick yarn that it would work up much quicker than regular yarns. I see this was worked using Scheepjes yarn. I am not familiar with that brand at all. Is it available in the US?

I love this simple little cowl. Its done completely in Single Crochet rib stitching, but every two rows it alternates between the solid grey and variegated yarns. I never would have thought to do that! Each color change is so short that you dont have to cut and weave in endsjust carry over to the next set of rows.

Wow! I am taken aback with the "Forest Fog Crochet Cowl" pictured here. It is just perfect exactly the way it is. True to its name, it is reminiscent of a foggy, gray day in the forest just off the sea. The alternating ribs of color interspersed within the gray give a beautiful almost morning dawn or evening dusk coloring. It is amazing how it is only worked up with single crochets and yet looks like much more than that. I must try this pattern!

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