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Single Skein Grapevine Cowl

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Updated March 28, 2017
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Single Skein Grapevine Cowl
Single Skein Grapevine Cowl
This image courtesy of mooglyblog.com

The best thing about autumn is being able to effortlessly accessorize your outfits with a pretty scarf. There are so many different crochet scarf patters to choose from, but we already know this Single Skein Grapevine Cowl is our new favorite. The stylish cowl design is not only trendy, but super functional, too. It will keep your neck warm and cozy during the crisp, fall weather. The beautiful colors of this crocheted scarf will add just the right pop of color to any outfit.

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Crochet Hook: M/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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I like this one a lot! Look at the colors of the "Unique" yarn used. I don't think I have tried this yarn as of yet. Because of this super classy looking pattern and how it looks, I would like to try this one out. Please bring us more patterns like this one!

I absolutely love all the purple going on in this scarf! It's so beautiful and I love the wave like pattern to this scarf. This would look so amazing in a burnt orange and/or dark green color too!

I love love love all the purple in the scarf. This is the perfect spring scarf!

Can you make a video making this scarf? or can you tell m the name of the stitch so I can find a video to make it?

Hello, We don't have a video for the scarf. This scarf uses these stitches: FSC foundation single crochet Joining foundation sts to work in the round CSDC chainless starting double crochet Seamless join. If you need help, you can contact the designer directly at her blog. Thanks for your interest!

This would look great in deep reds and burnt oranges for the fall.

cannot open tutorials.. Help please and Thank you

Have made this scarf in several of the Unique colors. Gave them as Christmas gifts. My friends loved them and wear them all the time!

Link does not open to obtain pattern. Any chance of fixing it.?

The link to the pattern is broken! Is there anyone out there who can fix this?

i like so match the hande made i want to make somthing very soon

This is beautiful and my granddaughter would love it. Where do I get this yarn?

how do you know brand and color of yarn?

Love this cowl!!! Found the yarn on e-bay. I'm making several for my friends and family for Christmas gifts. The first one was for me. What a fabulous great new stitch. It is such fun to make. I love how easy it is to alter the size.Thank you so much! This is going into my favorites file.

I have made a cowl scarf before and I plan to make this one to. It is very beautiful. I am doing some volunteering now, and Will make some for the ladies I work with. It does look very simple to do, too. Keep them coming and other patterns, too.

I don't always see a project & think "I have to make this & make it using the yarn in the sample" but --- OMG this is breath takingly beautiful. First chance I get, I'm going to fine that yarn & make it. If its as beautiful as shown - there's going to be a lot of ladies in Fort Worth wearing them this holiday. And I learned a new stitch to boot !!!!

I haven't made this, but it is really pretty. Just wanted to comment on the "new" site. I do not like the search features at the top of the page -- where I have to scroll down to the pattern. Why change? It was the best site before you changed this...

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