Crochet Pattern: Tate Creek Cowl

When it’s seriously cold, this seriously dapper cowl will keep you warm and cozy. The Tate Creek Cowl is crocheted in interlocking circles. Front and back post stitches add both texture and depth to the central circle, while super bulky yarn worked in double crochet lends dimension to the two outer circles.

One skein. One sitting. One stylish cowl to gift (or keep).

Dark pink 3-part chunky crocheted cowl on dress form

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The Yarn

Craft Yarn Coucil icon 6 Super Bulky

The secret to the speed of this project is the super bulky yarn. It takes just about 106 yards [97 meters], or one skein.

ball of raspberry colored Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick yarn

I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick, which is a 80% acrylic, 20% wool blend. It comes in 8 ounce [170 gram] balls of 106 yards ]97 meters]. The color pictured is #112 Raspberry.

The Tate Creek Cowl Crochet Pattern

first page of Tate Creek Cowl crochet pattern

The cowl pattern is written using American crochet terminology. It includes both written text and charted instructions.

It also includes links to video tutorials for Back Post double crochet and Front Post double crochet, two of the techniques used in the project.

To ensure accuracy, the pattern has been professionally tech edited and test crocheted.

And it’s so fast, you’ll finish the project in just an hour or two!

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