Design by Wannipa Yunker / KnitcroAddict
This crochet cowl is as beginner friendly as it is cute. I used a crisscross stitch to give it a little more texture but the pattern is still very simple and easy.
I used Berroco remix in a #4 weight and a 5mm hook, but feel free to use any comparable yarn.
This crochet cowl pattern is meant as a standalone or as a matching pair to my crochet twisted headband pattern.
This project is just over a skein of yarn, so it makes for a pretty great scrap yarn buster.
Finished Size: One size fits all
- 290 yards of #4 yarn (I used Berroco Remix)
- 5mm hook
- yarn needle
Skill Level: Beginner
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The buttons and the braids both add a beautiful touch to this cozy little cowl.
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