Cowls

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Scarf Shawl Wrap

Cowls: Dragonfly Bandana Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

This cowl is inspired by the dizzying variety of colors you can find on dragonflies, further highlighted by the dragonfly motif in the stitching. The Dragonfly Cowl is a beautiful hippy-trippy scarf that can demonstrate your wilder side. You could even use it to spice up a more sombre, everyday outfit. It’s not too difficult […]

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Accessories: It’s a Wrap! Crochet Gift Ideas

I’m very glad that handmade gifts are getting more and more popular these days, especially because there is a need for more sustainable life and fight with consumerist habits. To make a comfy crochet shawl, you can use literally scraps of yarn you find in your attic. To give them new life, grab your crochet […]

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Cowls

Accessories: Warm Cowls For Winter

There is nothing better than comfy crochet accessories, when the weather is harsh outside. We stock up on beanies, scarves and mitts, but cowl is definitely my favorite of this bunch. You can encounter the name “infinity scarf”, and it’s very fitting, too, because it’s basically a loop that you can wrap around your neck. […]

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Christmas Ornaments and Gifts Ideas
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Scarf Shawl Wrap

4Home: Daily Crochet News: Warm and Comfy

Fresh delivery of hottest crochet patterns is here! Today’s theme is very much aligned with what we can see behind our windows, and that’s the midst of fall season. Warm and comfy accessories are as indispensable as a cup of hot tea. Beanies, puffy cowls and leg warmers will keep you nice and cosy in […]

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Lace Neck Warmer and Cowl Free Crochet Patterns

Cowls: Lace Neck Warmer and Cowl Free Crochet Patterns

It’s getting cooler by the day. Halloween is nearing fast, the Canadians are already into Thanksgiving, and it isn’t far behind in the US of A either. It’s time to star making neck warmers, cowls and other roasty-toasties for wearing outside. The Lace Neck Warmer is meant to be a light, lacy (duh!) neckpiece that […]

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Buffalo Plaid Crochet Ideas
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4Baby: Buffalo Plaid Crochet Ideas

You most certainly have seen it, but did you know that it’s called Buffalo Plaid? Yes, I’m talking about this lovely red and black check, which is trending each year when winter season approaches. Large blocks formed by the intersection of two different color yarns get their name from classic plaid produced from 1850 by […]

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Buttoned Cowl Free Crochet Patterns
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Nebula Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

Cowls: Buttoned Cowl Free Crochet Patterns

Today I would add to the collection of the best cowls patterns this one – Nebula Cowl. Although the herringbone HDC stitch can look complicated, it is quite easy and the pattern is suitable for a beginner. If buttoned cowl is your thing, don’t miss the second pattern – Braided Crochet Cowl. This tutorial is […]

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Nebula Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

Cowls: Nebula Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

Today I would add to the collection of the best cowls patterns this one – Nebula Cowl. Although the herringbone HDC stitch can look complicated, it is quite easy and the pattern is suitable for a beginner. If buttoned cowl is your thing, don’t miss the second pattern – Braided Crochet Cowl. This tutorial is […]

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Neck Warmer and Cowl Free Crochet Patterns

Cowls: Neck Warmer and Cowl Free Crochet Patterns

The chilly season is nigh, alas, and it’s time to get warmly dressed. On the upside, of course, it’s also an excuse to get out the crocheting supplies and make warm clothing. A neck warmer is a great idea just for such a project. The main idea for this project is to be warm and […]

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Accessories: Puff Stitch in Accessories

When I was a beginner crocheter, I was amazed of how many different raised stitches are there, and what can you do with them. Especially popcorn, bobble and puff stitches – I wasn’t even sure which was which! Until I’ve tried them all, and I have to say, that I fell in love with them […]

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