Well, the fall colours are really starting to show here and so today I have ready for you a darling piece, this stunning Autumn Rich Cowl. This yarn is part of the Mineville Wool Project and I’ve no idea if you can get ahold of it. Sorry! I really, truly am. I bought this while in Toronto over the summer but I did not realize that even Google could not help me glean much about this yarn. However, I’d try Etsy as they seem to have a lot of colours available. However, don’t be discouraged as the pattern can be used for any worsted yarn that is variegated with fall tones you like. Or really, any colours that appeal to you! My motto in crochet is never limit yourself. Usually it’s served me well 😉

Fall is my favourite time of year; there is just something peaceful beautiful about the light and I love the smell of the leaves as well as their stunning array of reds, golds and orange. And this yarn is autumn on fire, rich and bright and just stunning. I used a simple pattern to create this piece, and it turned out beautifully. Using single and double crochets, this cowl works up quickly and looks chic. I am so ready to wear it now that the leaves are both gold and red, and falling.

Autumn Rich Cowl


Gauge is not very important in for this project. 

Finished dimensions

8 1/2” x 14” (assembled)


5.00mm (H) hook 
219 yards worsted yarn 
Craft needle 


Mineville Project, one skein in Hotline Bling (Merino 4/8 DK)

Stitches Used 

Sc-single crochet
Dc-double crochet


Row One: Crochet a chain approximately eight inches long using a multiple of 3 +1.

Row Two: Dc in 4th ch from hook. Sk 2, *2dc, ch2, sc in the following chain, sk2 ch*, repeat from * until the last ch. 2dc in the last chain. Ch 3 and turn.

Row Three: Dc in the very first stitch, sk2, *2dc, ch2, sc in the following ch2 space from previous row, sk3 sts* repeat from * until the last st. 2dc in the last st, turn.

Repeat row three until there is no more yarn left, or until you have a length of close to 28 inches. Fasten off your yarn. Use a craft needle to whip stitch ends together. Weave in any loose ends.



It's really that easy everyone!! There is nothing to this cowl expect simple stitches and beautiful yarn. Find yourself a stunning yarn, and I assure you hooking up this cowl is both easy add rewarding. Who doesn't want a knock out cozy pieces for the cooler days of autumn? If you have to be cold, you might as do it in style!

Let me know what you think of the pattern. Would you like to see more pieces like this? Let me know what your hook is itching to crochet in the comments section below.


Happy Hooking everyone!

xo, Jewels



  1. Good Afternoon Giulia!!
    First, I’d like to offer my appreciation for your generous offer of the free patterns! Thank you!
    I’m puzzled, there is a link for the beautiful fall cowl – LOVE your color choices!! The “Free Pattern” link goes to Ravelry, for a paid version of the Fall Cowl. Did I misunderstand? If so, I apologize for the confusion – Have a wonderful day! God Bless!

    1. Hi Carrie! I have looked into the pattern on Ravelry, and it was listed for sale rather than free, which is a mistake I made when I was working in my pattern store. It’s been fixed now so please head on over and grab your free pattern 😀

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