One Skein Tweedy Twig Crochet Cowl


One Skein Tweedy Twig Crochet Cowl

On a fall day when the sun is shining brightly, making a coat unnecessary, fasten this One Skein Tweedy Twig Crochet Cowl over your shoulders and save yourself a headache. Being too warm in a pair of jeans, a sweater, and a heavy jacket is a classic mistake in the fall. You assume it will be chilly, and when it isn't you are left fanning yourself all day. This crochet cowl saves the day with the perfect amount of coverage. All you need is a single skein of yarn for this free crochet pattern, so grab your favorite thick yarn and work this up.


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

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

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What a folksy, natural, earthy, feel this One Skein Tweedy Twig Crochet Cowl has to it! Soooo comforting! I'm glad that the artist gave us the yardage used so we can use what we prefer and tips on selecting buttons too. I love it that the button holes are so organic to the garment and not an after thought. Oatmeal, Barley, Graphite, Marble, Gray Marble, Wood, Obsidian, Granite or Kale would be my choice. Ooops! I think I'm going to need to create several of these!

In my opinion, tweed yarns are vastly underused. This is the perfect project for this type of yarn because it adds such a natural rustic touch. The designer provides a stitch by stitch video although the pattern itself is simple and repetitive. She shows exactly where to place the buttons and corresponding holes, and even has a link on to choose the best buttons for your projects. Did I mention a print/.pdf option, too?

A very pretty pattern and really quick and easy. I made it in just over an hour. It felt lovely when I put it on then my daughter grabbed it and I realized I will have to make another one, lol! It is really such a nice design that I would like to try it on something in a thinner yarn that would show the actual pattern more clearly.

Even though the cold winter months are nearing end, I still think this is suitable for wearing in those early spring couple of months. I would just change up the color to maybe a grass green or a light violet color. We all know it is still chilly outside and at this point we hate to still be wearing our big coats, so how about choosing to make this cowl for yourself? It is a nice fairly fitted design with not a lot of bulk. I am loving this one.

This cowl is a great pattern for beginners, and would make a really great and thrifty Christmas gift. I'm thinking of making one for my future sister-in-law, and my future mother-in-law!

Love the texture of this cowl and the added touch of button or closures. Can't wait to make this cowl to match my burnt orange winter coat, this will help me survive the cold winter this year!


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