As the weather starts to cool down, you might start getting the itch to take your yarn stash out.
This is a great project for anyone who has been curious about getting more into crochet and wants some instant gratification. :)
If you're not a crochet newbie, you can ease yourself back into crochet season with this quick project. It takes about an hour from start to finish, including sewing in the ends!
The following list has all the supplies and tools you'll need to make this project.
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The cowls pictured here were made with Knit Picks' "Shine Worsted" yarn in a cotton/modal mix in the colors Pistachio and Wisteria.
Get the Pattern
Get the full free pattern over on Stitches n Scraps!
There are so many possibilities with this cowl pattern so have fun with it.
Feel free to make this pattern your own with multiple color blocks, stripes, or a monochromatic look - it's all up to you!
Project Ideas: Crochet for Charity
Why not spread the yarn love and make some cowls for others? You can make them as gifts for loved ones as well as for organizations you care about!
If you'd like to make some cowls for charity, Pia chats about her process over in the "One Hour Cowls for Seniors" post.
So, get crocheting and make a cowl or five! And make sure to tag @crafticland and @stitchesnscraps on social. :)
🎉 Final Step: Show Off Your Work!
Post your WIP and finished project photos on Instagram. Add #crafticProjects and tag @crafticland for a chance to be featured on Craftic's social channels and newsletter.