I want to take a moment and express my gratitude to my husband. He really has been a huge encouragement to me in regards to branching out and designing my own patterns. I was very hesitant in the beginning but he’s been so awesome at telling me I can do it when I’ve been struggling over a particular piece for a while.
Yesterday I shared with you an awesome new crochet stitch.
Once I got the hand of the stitch I knew I wanted to create a cowl from it. My girls are always asking for new items and I’ve learned with little kids scarves can be annoying! They drop them, take them off and leave them places etc.
I thought if I made a cowl we could alleviate some of the headaches and hopefully achieve an article of fashion which would both serve the purpose of warmth as well as be super cute!
The Atty Cowl is just that!
WHAT I USED:
- size H hook
- 1 yarn skein
- tapestry needle
Make sure you check out the pattern post to know exactly how to work this crochet stitch. The link is above!
Here is how I used that stitch to create this exact cowl…
THE COWL PATTERN:
Using the tiny twist stitch
You will complete a total of 24 rows.
Then with right sides together you will SL ST the ends, tie off and weave in your ends.
To create a cowl for an adult you would CH 113 and complete a total of 32 or more. As I mentioned in the stitch post, this pattern would look awesome in a chunky yarn using an N hook.
I would love to see any of your finished products using this pattern! I always love the encouragement that comes when someone is able to create a gorgeous item using your own personal pattern design!
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2017 has some amazing things in store for all of you guys and I am so excited to share them with you as we get closer and closer to the new year!
I hope you have an awesome day!
Until next time…
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