Winterberry Warm up Cowl


Winterberry Warm up Cowl

Winterberry Warm up Cowl
Winterberry Warm up Cowl

"This lovely crochet cowl design is soft, fashionable and can be worn in several ways… Pull it over your head to be worn as a contemporary cowl, Down over your shoulders to keep the chill off, As a hooded wrap to keep you warm and dry… However you wear it, the Winterberry Warm-up Cowl will keep you in style!! The self-striping yarn makes this design easy to whip up with just one cake of Caron Cakes… A two row repeat allows for that project your can work on anywhere!! I hope you enjoy my latest design!!"


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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Love this cowl for the colors used, the style, and the overall look.

The Caron Cakes are HOT! I am thinking she used the colorway named "Winterberry" for this one. Can I say how great this looks against a black sheer/lacy tunic top? It makes for a nice contrast, and it is an unexpected look! I want to try almost every color in the Caron Cakes, so this pattern will come in handy as the next project on my list.

What a fabulous color combination! I prefer a cowl to fit more snugly around my neck and would think this pattern is more of an infinity scarf but, that aside, the pattern is very nice indeed and I am simply going to make a smaller circle so that I end up with a comfy and snug cowl, lol. Also the pattern is rated for beginners so that means it will be quite quick to make which is always great.

This is a nice versatile cowl that can be worn in several different ways. I was glad to see that the author started with a Foundation Single Crochet. It takes a little bit of time to work this instead of chaining and then doing a single crochet back down the chain, but it makes such a neater edge. After joining, its simple to go back and work an invisible join with the initial tail.


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