With winter fast approaching the shimmering snow cowl will get you in the mood for all things chilly and blustery. Read on down to find the free crochet cowl pattern. Yarn for this post was generously supplied by Lion Brand Yarn through a collaboration. Thank you!
Winter is my favorite time of year! I love the white snow, sled riding and hot cocoa by the fire! Every night my family is snuggled up together (to keep warm) talking about our day and just spending quality time together. Not only is the perfect time of year for family but it is also the perfect time to make cozy things with yarn! I designed this oversize cowl using Lion Brand Yarns Shawl in a Ball in the colorway Om OPAL. When I first saw this shimmering yarn It instantly reminded me of winter the most sparkly time of year! If you were looking for Lion Brand shawl in a ball patterns then this one is for you! ❄️
I started the shimmering snow cowl by working in the round which is a great way to make a cowl because it works up smoothly and much faster! (In my opinion) I then proceeded to do a combination of single crochets and half double crochets to give it a nice texture. The Om Opal colorway is really makes it stand out too because of the ombre effect. Since this pattern uses simple stitches like the half double crochet and single crochet this would be great for any level crocheter to crochet! I try to make my patterns simple enough for everyone to enjoy and quick enough to finish up within a few days which is always a win win in my book! 🙂
This design also happens to be part of Lion Brand Yarns 12 weeks of Christmas promotion featuring not only my design, but also those of some of my yarn blogger friends too! Lion Brand has made each and every one of our patterns (including mine!) into kits that include the yarn. How awesome is that?
Ready to try the Shimmering Snow Cowl? Read on down to find the full free easy crochet cowl pattern!
Stay warm friends!
Lion Brand Yarn has so generously made this into a kit to be purchased which includes the full PDF pattern and all the yarn needed to create this fun shimmering snow cowl. “Click Here” to purchase the Kit directly from Lion Brand Yarn or Read on down to find the full, FREE pattern. Happy Crocheting! 🙂
SHIMMERING SNOW COWL
- Advanced Beginner
- Less than 2 skeins of Shawl in Ball from Lion Brand Yarn in Om Opal or colorway of choice.
- Crochet hook size K 6.50 mm
- Yarn needle
- Stitch Marker
- CH = Chain
- SL ST = Slip Stitch
- HDC = Half Double Crochet
- ST = Stitch
- SC = Single Crochet
- SK = Skip
- 1 inch = 1 SC, HDC, HDC cluster
- 14″ Height & 32″ Circumference
- Written in standard US terms
- This pattern is worked in the round and is worked up using 2 skeins of yarn at once.
- A stitch marker can be used to keep track of the beginning of each round if preferred. This is optional.
PDF VERSION OF PATTERN
- “Click Here” to purchase the Kit from Lion Brand with the PDF Pattern & Yarn.
- “Click Here” to purchase the Ad- Free Pdf.
Written by Krista Cagle for Rescued Paw Designs
FOUNDATION ROUND: Chain 94, Join together with a sl st into first ch making sure not to twist the chain.
ROUND 1: Ch 2, 2 HDC into the first CH, * SK the next two CH’s, SC, HDC, HDC all into next CH, repeat around from * ending with 2 SK Chains, join with a SL ST to to the top of the first HDC.
ROUND 2: CH 2, 2 HDC in first ST, **SK next 2 ST’s, SC, HDC, HDC all into the next ST, repeat from * around ending with 2 SK ST’s, join with a SL ST to top of the first HDC.
ROUND 3-25: Repeat round 2 to finish the pattern.
Fasten off yarn with scissors and weave in all loose ends throughout the cowl with a yarn needle. That’s it! Now go wear, say look what I did or go show off your new creation. 🙂
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