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Two Layered Braided Cowl

The intricacy of crochet and the classic look of the braid create the wonder that is the Two Layered Braided Cowl. This crochet pattern is worked up in half double crochet and single crochet with worsted weight yarn with an H crochet hook. The linen colored yarn is such an understated color for a crochet cowl, but the crochet pattern itself is incredibly gorgeous in design. It takes about 2 skeins of yarn to make this cowl and you'll need a button to secure the whole crochet pattern around the neck.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Oh yes. This cowl is nice. I like the bulkiness of the yarn used. It looks good for the cowl just sitting on the neckline.

What an original design, with the thick braiding two layers deep, joined at the nape with a wooden button. The linen color is right on trend. In my opinion this is not at all difficult to understand. It is really a bunch of strips crocheted in a certain way to achieve the popped out look, then you join the strips together and braid them!

I love the look of this Two Layered Braided Cowl! The written pattern is a little confusing, but after watching the video, is doesn't seem to hard. I'm going to get this one a try and hope it works out. Not sure just yet what color to use? Humm, I need to go back to JoAnn Fabrics and see what jumps out at me. LOL Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

This looks SO pretty. That shade looks like it'll go with anything and be super warm. )

I'm OBSESSED with this. It looks like it's straight from an Anthro catalog. I'm definitely going to make this. I might make it in a light green color though )


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