Chunky Windowpane Cowl
I LOVE super bulky yarn. The thicker the better. There's just something so satisfying about making big fat crochet stitches. So when I stumbled upon some super bulky yarn on sale the other day...it just jumped into my cart, guys. It totally ambushed me. I never even saw it coming. After I came home with a few skeins in my bag, I knew I had to make something awesome with it. Hence, this chunky windowpane cowl, just in time for fall.
This cowl is designed to be worn a couple of different ways. You can either wrap it around your neck once or wrap it twice for a bulkier look. Either way, it's sure to be the perfect cold weather accessory. If you follow the gauge provided, you'll end up with a cowl that measures approximately 47 inches long and 7 1/2 inches wide.
Want to make one of your own? You can find the pattern for sale on Ravelry or in my Etsy shop as an instant PDF download.
My favorite thing abut this cowl? It's super easy. The pattern uses only basic crochet stitches, so it should be a great project even for beginners. To make it even easier to follow, the pattern includes step-by-step pictures along with the text of the pattern. As an added bonus, I included a printer-friendly version of the pattern at the end so that you don't have to waste your ink on all of the pictures if you feel like printing it.
The pattern uses super bulky yarn and a size N/P (10.00 mm) crochet hook, so it works up really fast (and oh so cozy!). I used just under 2 skeins of Lion Brand Hometown USA in Madison Mustard (about 162 yards).
If you decide to make this cowl, I would love to see how yours turns out! As always, you can reach me on social media (check out my contact page) or in the comments section below. Or, if you'd like to purchase a pre-made cowl, please contact me and I can help you set up an order. And if you have any questions about the pattern, please let me know! This pattern should be error-free, but if you have any difficulties with it I'd be happy to help you out.
***You're welcome to do whatever you'd like to with finished products made from this pattern but if you do sell them, I ask that you link back to my page. You may not copy this pattern, repost it anywhere (either altered or in its original form), or claim it as your own. You may not use any photos on this site for your own use. ***
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