It’s a gorgeous crochet cowl with the texture of knitting!
And that’s the versatility of crocheting. There are so many stitches that create amazing texture. This scarf looks like something you would find on the fashion runway or on the Web site of your favorite high end fashion retailer that sells scarves like these that would cost upwards of a mortgage payment.
But such is not the case. This is a cowl you can crochet yourself in a very short amount of time with remarkably small amount of yarn. And as a bonus, it’s also reversible. How cool is that?!
You could crochet several of these in various colors. It would make a fantastic gift, too or a likely bestseller at a crafts fair if you make your crochet items to sell.
This fabulous pattern is also free! It’s the “Knot Knit Cowl” and it’s by the famed crochet designer and instructor Jennifer Pionk of A Crocheted Simplicity. You’ll get the complete rundown on the kinds of yarn that work perfectly for this project — she gives you several options. The written pattern is clear, concise and a breeze to follow. She also notes that you can crochet this cowl in under two hours!
But don’t stop there! Right here at Crochet Maze we’ve been featuring a wide variety of free patterns and tutorials for all kinds of crochet accessories from cowls and scarves to hats and ponchos and more. Links are below!
As always, happy crocheting!
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