Crochet this Autumn Textures Cowl with just a single skein of yarn! It’s a warm and cozy accessory perfect for autumn through winter. It’s not too frilly, not too plain, and you can work it up in a weekend.
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Worsted weight yarn creates comfortably cozy neckwear.
Use a single skein of color-changing yarn; longer color changes highlight the stitch pattern. (If the color changes are too mottled, you can’t see the cool textures.)
KnitPicks Chroma Worsted is a 80% wool /20% nylon blend. It comes in 3.5 oz [ 100 g] balls of 198 yd [181 m]. I used one ball of color #1901 Lupine.
The pdf pattern includes both written and charted instructions. The stitch pattern is just one row, so it couldn’t be easier to memorize!
The pattern has been tested and professionally tech-edited to ensure clarity.
It is available as a download through Ravelry.com and through LoveCrafts.com.
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