Walville Cowl – Crochet Pattern

$5.00

I designed this original pattern and I hope you love it just as much as I do! All my patterns are written in English using American crochet terms. All patterns assume basic stitch knowledge. You may sell what you make from my patterns.

In case you didn’t know I’m a bit of a math geek. This cowl is based off Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Pi Shawl theory. Only it’s cut in half then joined to make a cowl.

I just love the way these cowls fit no fuss and they always look good. I wear mine all the time!

This pattern is rated easy. You’ll need to know hoe to dc, ch, work flat and in the round.

981 in stock

Description

THIS LISTING IS FOR A PATTERN ONLY. NOT A FINISHED PRODUCT. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

For my sample I used one skein of Plymouth Homestead.

Difficulty
Easy

Yarn
Plymouth Homestead (100% wool, worsted, 100g/191 yds)

Hook
I (5.5mm)

Stitches and Techniques Used
Chain, double crochet, working in rows, working flat.