Autumn cowl, tunisian crochet

What’s this: This is the Autumn cowl. It was designed as part of the #craftycookies2016 project initiated by Underground Crafter, and is part of my collection of free crochet patterns (if you’re buying it here it is to get an ad-free version that includes explanations of the Tunisian stitches). It also includes a cookie recipe created by my friend Marie-Ange!

Why should I make this: This is the perfect little cowl to wear when you cozy up under a blanket, with a cup of tea, a cookie, and a bit of crochet, on cool autumn nights.

When will this get the most use: When it starts to get dark too early!

Who is it for: Just about anyone!

Where do I start: This pattern is rated Intermediate – you’ll need to know or be eager to learn the basic crochet & Tunisian crochet stitches. You will need 100g of worsted weight yarn (used here, MJ Dreams Peruvian worsted & a 7 mm interchangeable Tunisian hook with cord, and a 6 mm standard hook. Other notions: 5 small buttons, a yarn needle, and some stitch markers.

 

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What’s this: This is the Autumn cowl. It was designed as part of the #craftycookies2016 project initiated by Underground Crafter, and is part of my collection of free crochet patterns (if you’re buying it here it is to get an ad-free version that includes explanations of the Tunisian stitches). It also includes a cookie recipe created by my friend Marie-Ange!

Why should I make this: This is the perfect little cowl to wear when you cozy up under a blanket, with a cup of tea, a cookie, and a bit of crochet, on cool autumn nights.

When will this get the most use: When it starts to get dark too early!

Who is it for: Just about anyone!

Where do I start: This pattern is rated Intermediate – you’ll need to know or be eager to learn the basic crochet & Tunisian crochet stitches. You will need 100g of worsted weight yarn (used here, MJ Dreams Peruvian worsted & a 7 mm interchangeable Tunisian hook with cord, and a 6 mm standard hook. Other notions: 5 small buttons, a yarn needle, and some stitch markers.