Today we have a lovely cowl from B. Hooked Crochet. It looks really snuggly and I like the autumnal colours.
Plus the author rates it as an easy pattern, and provides a full tutorial.
Go check it out!
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– Leeloo the Tall
I just love this and I’m going to make it RIGHT NOW.
An octopus cowl!
You didn’t know you needed one until you saw this pic, am I right?
It’s dead easy: crochet a UK DC when it asks for an sc, crochet a UK HTR when it asks for an hdc.
You could really lengthen those tentacles or change up the colours, or keep crocheting upwards into a hat.
Click here for the pattern from NyanPon!
This stunning scarf is easier than you think. I wasn’t going to post it as The Children will be receiving one each for Christmas but then I realised that they never go near this blog, so they won’t see it!
When it asks for:
sc – crochet a UK DC,
dc – crochet a UK TR,
tr – crochet a UK DTR (double treble).
The only thing I’d do differently with this pattern is use larger hooks – perhaps a 5mm or 6mm.
Visit Six Little Mice for the pattern!
No really, it is. Eventually! In readiness for the approaching chill and also for Katniss’ cowl in the next Hunger Games film, this gorgeous chunky beast would be wonderful crocheted from big, fat, chunky wool.
It’s already in UK terms and is available from Hooked!.
You might call these items cowls or snoods, or even something else. They’re like an infinity scarf. I love them in the winter. They make me feel all Queen Guinevere for some reason.
The pattern we’re showcasing today is the designer’s first and we think it’s gorgeous. It’s all UK TR, so is nice and easy.
Visit Purple Sprouting for the pattern.
But this one isn’t – Helda’s chosen multicoloured wool for what she calls “the easiest pattern ever”. It IS easy, so easy that you might miss the pattern on the page – but it’s there! I love the wool she has used. It feels warm.
I absolutely LOVE this! I’m going to find some lovely baby wool and hook one of these up. You could make it with a larger hook to get a lacier effect for Summer days!
Attic24 – neck warmer pattern.