Sooo…it’s that time of year again. Dig out those ‘winter-time’ projects. This one whips up in no time at all! I made three in one weekend.
It’s been so long since I made one of my own crochet cowls, I had to print the pattern! I am so glad I did.
First thing I noticed, I need to update the photo…
Please note: the cowl shown in the actual PDF pattern is not blocked. In this next shot, steam pressed out to it’s full glory.
This pattern is very versatile. Make it as small, or as large as you want. I have even heard tell of this pattern made into wrist warmers. Just change the number of pattern repeats to the size you need.
” You know what’s so special about this pattern for me? It’s superbly versatile. It doesn’t care what yarn you use, or what hook you use, as long as you use a hook one or two sizes larger to make the base chain. As long as you chain in multiples of six, it doesn’t care of you make a cowl, or wrist warmers, or leave it open and make a scarf, or make a small cowl for a child, or make it to fit your head, then gather it closed, and make an awesome hat. I’m just starting with this pattern, in a tiny practice piece, and I can already see the possibilities. Bravo, Ellen!!!!”
Purchase the pattern from my Etsy shop