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Free Crochet Textured Cowl Pattern

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We are going to learn How to Crochet Textured Cowl Pattern. This Crochet Cowl design uses 2 different stitches to create textured stripes.

We are going to learn How to Crochet Textured Cowl Pattern. This Crochet Cowl design uses 2 different stitches to create textured stripes. Once you start learning how to crochet a cowl, it may become your new favorite type of scarf. Crochet cowl patterns are versatile and fashionable. This cowl is perfect for those early days of autumn/winter when there is still some chill in the air.

Crochet cowls are usually one skein crochet patterns, which makes them great for on the go. They are quick and satisfying to make and easy to wear. Just toss it on and head out the door.

SIZE: One Size Adult
SKILL LEVEL: Easy
YARN:#5 Bulky Weight – 2 Skeins (218 yards) Luxe Bulky (100% Baby Alpaca) in color Handwritten by ThreadHead Knits Co. or suitable substitute weight #4 or #5 – just check gauge.
HOOK SIZE: US Size (J/10) 6.0mm – adjust hook size if needed to meet gauge

This is a absolute beginner Crochet Tutorial and learn to hold the yarn and hook before beginning this project. This cowl makes a lovely gift for everyone on your list, don’t forget to make one just for you too.

We are going to learn How to Crochet Textured Cowl Pattern. This Crochet Cowl design uses 2 different stitches to create textured stripes.

Written Instruction

Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project.

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