Lacy Crimson Cowl


With the fall season finally here, it's crucial that you quickly work up some amazing crocheted cowls to not only keep warm, but to flaunt your stylish fashion. This Lacy Crimson Cowl is worked up with light weight yarn allowing the lacy look to really shine through. Keep cozy while taking a crisp fall walk or sitting in a chilly office space; this crochet cowl is sure to turn heads with envy.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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I love the cowl but your link goes to a junk site. I went to your Ralvery account and it says its no longer available and your link there also goes to a junk site. Maybe you can get this fixed and make the pattern available again?

Hi there! I just checked the link and it seems to be working now. Please let me know if you still get an error! I'd be happy to email it to you if needed.

Still having problems . Please email it to me, thank you.

Hi B64 Yarn Addict, If you click the link next to the project photo, "Click here for crochet pattern," you'll be taken directly to the pattern. Please scroll down on that page just a little to get to the pattern. :) Julia, AFC editor

This is a very pretty cowl. I live in a very cold climate in the winter. To add a pop of color to my outfits and still stay nice and toasty I use cowls. This pattern stands out with its frilly look. I can see it in many colors to brighten up the gloomy cold day. Why not make a few extra and donate them to the senior center for a little lady that needs so extra love in her life?

Okay, how do I get to the pattern??? The link just gives me junk.

Have you tried clicking the link again? Maybe they've fixed it since you last tried. When I clicked on the link it takes me to a blog that has the pattern on that same page. Good luck to you, this pattern is so adorable and I think it would work up pretty quickly!

Though I haven't made this yet, I definitely like the look of it. Should work very nicely with my v neck sweaters when I want the extra warmth.


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