Coiling Colors Cowl

Coiling Colors Cowl

Coiling Colors Cowl
Coiling Colors Cowl

"Using a simple stitch and just one cake of a self-striping cotton blend yarn this is a very simple yet sophisticated cowl! Very versatile as it can be worn in multiple different ways with or without the button tab. A very interesting and unique addition to anyone's wardrobe! A complete video tutorial is included to help with stitch placement. A wonderfully easy project for even a beginning crocheter. Would make a very economical gift!"

Difficulty LevelBeginner

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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This coiling colors cowl is really just what the designer stated, sophisticated. It is amazing what happens when you use those self-striping cotton blend yarns. I love to work with cotton and being able to have the colors change effortless, that makes it all the better. I love the added feature of the button.

With or without the button on display this cowl is really very beautiful. The use of cotton will allow you to wear it during the warmer months as something draping the neck and when the cooler air starts to move it, placing it closer to the neck will keep you warm. Thanks for the free pattern.

This is a clever idea for an accessory. Not quite a necklace and not quite a scarf. I love that optional tab detail! Im going to make things easier on myself and just work a Foundation Double Crochet for the Chain and first Round. Her explanation for the Back Raised Double Crochet is confusing and unfortunately, there arent any photos. I guess a search will be required.


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