Free Pattern: Crimson Ridge Cowl

When the rest of the world slowly puts away their winter woolies, it’s time for those down under to start crocheting for the upcoming chill. The Crimson Ridge Cowl is an easy project you can whip up quickly for those unpredictable autumn days.

Crimson Ridge Cowl

The cowl gently tapers to the top for a better fit. No need for buttons or shawl pins to hold it in place.

Crimson Ridge Cowl

Simple ridges and a rope edging adds a nice detail and makes crocheting it even more fun!

Crimson Ridge Cowl

Click here for free pattern (published in Favecrafts)

Difficulty level: Advanced beginner
You will need to have basic crochet skills. This project uses a slightly advanced stitch, simple shaping and edging.

22″ (56cm) circumference around the widest part and narrows to 19″ (49cm)
9.5″ (24cm) tall

Approximately 107 yards (98m) of Lion Brand Wool-ease Chunky or any bulky/12ply yarn
US M/N (9mm) crochet hook
Embroidery needle

10 stitches = 4″ (10cm) in single crochet through back loop


3 Responses to “Free Pattern: Crimson Ridge Cowl”

  1. Mette says:

    What a nice cowl Salihan!
    .-= Mette´s last blog ..Mittens for two =-.

  2. Barbara says:

    I love your cowl Salihan! Very very pretty!
    .-= Barbara´s last blog ..It’s another giveaway! =-.

  3. Julie says:

    Gorgeous! Love the bright, poppy red you chose, too.
    .-= Julie´s last blog ..Modification Monday: Cable Headband =-.

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