Dusky Warm Cowl: Winter Cozies Free Pattern
Introducing the Winter Cozies Collection! Featuring cozy crochet pieces sure to keep out the chill, you’ll love these patterns. It’s gotten super cold in my neck of the woods, and I’ve been hooking up a lot of cozy pieces to accessorize my wardrobe and keep me from feeling the cold when I’m outside. The Dusky Warm Cowl is the first in this collection, and I absolutely adore how warm it is, and how quickly it worked up.
This first one is a cowl, and is by the far the softest, warmest piece I own. Even with a frosty wind blowing, it keeps you toasty warm. Plus, the yarn is snugly and soft which is right up my alley. Made with Sugarbush Chill, this bulky merino yarn has won me over and kept out the wind on super cold days. I highly recommend this yarn! It was super fun to work with. I used the lemon peel stitch, and it made for a lovely drape and texture with this yarn. Plus, the stitches are tight enough to keep out that gust of cold wind.
Dusky Warm Cowl
Sugarbush Chilly, Glacier Dusk, 2 skeins
Row 1: In second ch from hook, *dc, sc in next, rep from * till end of row. Ch 2, turn.
Row 2: *Sc in first st, dc in next. Rep from * to end of row. Ch 2, turn.
Repeat rows 1 and 2 for pattern until both skeins are finished. Fasten off and weave in loose ends. Sew on a big button so you can fasten this cowl. I used a big black one, but play around and see what suits you.
Let me know what you think of this first pattern in the Winter Cozies Collection. I hope you’ll drop in to find new patterns and ideas often. You can stay up to date by signing up for my newsletter or following me on social media. Until next time, happy crocheting.