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Twisted Peekaboo Cowl

By: jenner bevan from thecrochetblog.net
Updated October 04, 2018
Twisted Peekaboo Cowl
Twisted Peekaboo Cowl

"A beautiful crochet cowl pattern, using only two skeins of chunky yarn (200g) and a 6mm hook. pattern will take roughly 2 hours depending on your crocheting speeds. For the pattern in the photo i used style craft chunky yarn. Skill level - beginner (easy) This beautiful cowl is made up with super easy stitches and has a perfect lose feel to the finished product that will make you love wearing it or make it the perfect gift."

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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This would make for a pretty gift wouldn't it? I like the colors together too. The white is so pure and the purple a royal accompaniment. The cowl would be nice for a coat or for an outfit at work. This pattern shows that simple can be really elegant and will give the appearance that you put a lot of work into it.

I have always wanted to try making a cowl and this Twisted Peekaboo Cowl looks like the perfect pattern project to make my first one. I love the colors you used but I may make mine in olive and white to match my winter coat. I can see making these in different colors, as well as for friends for gifts. I also have a friend that comes to visit every winter and always seems to forget her scarf or gloves, so having a spare cowl to give her would be great!

Im short so I actually prefer cowls to scarves because there arent any ends to flop on the muddy ground or get caught in car doors. The instructions for this handy accessory are clear enough, but I had to jump around before I found out that the .pdf download is not part of the free offering. No worriesthis is simple enough to easily copy and paste into a new document.

Orchid and white look so fresh and clean to wear to welcome in spring! When you still need coverage to keep warm, and you are done with black, gray and brown- choose this purple orchid and bright white two toned cowl. It is chunky yarn, but it is a more open stitch pattern, so it balances out nicely!

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