Witchy Cowl

This is a great, stylish and quick pattern by KatKnap Designs! This would be a great accessory for a Witch Costume

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Review : This pattern uses simple stitching but makes for a gorgeous design! ! Very easy to follow !

Time to Make: 1 hour

Link: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/witchy-cowl

Level: Beginner

Personal Materials Used: White and Gold Red Heart Super Saver Yarn, Bright orange cotton yarn (size 4), 5.5mm Hook, yarn needle, scissors

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Rockskipper Cowl

I love how this Cowl is not only beautifully detailed, but also very quick!!! You need to follow Sweet Potato Crochet Creations asap! Her Desgins are amazing!! This Cowl is a part of the Rockskipper Collection! I’ve written reviews on the Rockskipper Ear Warmers and Wristers.

Review: Patter is very well written and easy to follow! Instructions are clear. Cowl will be a perfect last minute gift! 

Link: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rockskipper-cowl

Level: Beginner ( Chain, Double Crochet)

Time to Make: About an Hour

Personal Materials Used: Caron One Pounder – Deep Violet, 6.00mm Hook, Scissors and Yarn Needle 

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Granny Triangle Scarf

This Free Pattern by Jamie Louise is a great Go-to for the new Caron Cakes!! This is my first time using cakes and I was unsure at first. Now, I’m in love!! Very cute and stylish scarf!! I feel like every time I turn around I see these amazing triangle scarves! I’m so glad I finally got the chance to try one! I’m sure this will be a great pattern for gifts this holiday season!

*Edit! – I’ve also used this pattern with a chunky yarn and hook! See below!

Review: Pattern is extremely easy to follow and beginner friendly! If you’re familiar with any granny square Pattern, this will be very simple for you! I ended up working until Row 25 then started cutting for the tassels. (I cut 20 strands for each side) then I had a little left over to make one more Row.

Time to Make: About 3 Hours

Link: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/granny-triangle-scarf

Level: Beginner (Chain, Double Crochet and Triple Crochet)

Personal Materials Used: Caron Cakes (Color: Turkish Delight), 5.5mm Hook, Yarn needle and scissors.

Here is a Chunky Version!

I used Caron Tea Cakes (Size6 Yarn) and a Size 9.00 Hook !

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Penny Button Cowl

*This is one of my Personal Paid Patterns*

The Penny Button Cowl is made with Impatient Crocheters in mind! Bulky Yarn, Bulky Hook and Simple Stitches.

Review (From Pattern Testers): 

  • Very Easy to Follow
  • Simple Stitches
  • Works up in one sitting
  • Really Quick
  • Nice Designs

Time to Make: 1 hour

Linkhttp://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/penny-button-cowl

Level: Beginner (Chain, Single Crochet, and Double Crochet)

Personal Materials Used: (2) Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn (Grey), 10.00mm Hook, Yarn Needle, Scissors, Buttons, Thread and Sewing Needle

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Pavement Infinity Scarf

This awesome Free Pattern by Jennifer Dickerson is a great go to for Infinity Scarves! The pattern has beautiful Texture! Everyone loves it!

 Review: This pattern is great and easily modified! I’ve used Multiple Yarn Sizes and each and every one looks great!! If you have a Worsted Weight Yarn, just double the strands and it gives this pattern a whole new look! *Note – Pattern calls for 1.5 skeins of Thick and Quick Yarn, I used 2 full skeins and it didn’t make it to the 60inches. Make sure to buy at least 3 Skeins if you want a looser fit.*

Time to Make: 1 Hour

Linkhttp://www.fiberfluxblog.com/2012/09/free-crochet-patternpavement-infinity.html?m=1

Level: Beginner (Chain, Double Crochet)

Personal Materials Used: Lions Brand Yarns Wool-Ease Thick and Quick (Jungle/Grass- See photo below)

The yarn is identical, but the labels say two different things.

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Gray Sparrow Chunky Infinity Scarf

This Super Stylish FREE Pattern by Gray Sparrow Gifts & Greetings is just what your looking for to add to your scarf inventory!! Follow her on Facebook! She’s an amazing Designer!! 

Review: Love this super simple pattern! Just a note: I made 12 Rows.  With the colorful yarn, the finished product looks so fancy!! If you need an impressive last minute gift, this is your scarf! 

Time to Make: 1 Hour

Link: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1951858675088381&id=1637577619849823
Level: Beginner (Chain, Half Double Crochet)

Personal Materials Used: Caron Tea Cake Yarn, 10.00mm Hook, Scissors, Yarn Needle

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Claire Fraser Inspired Cowl

I’m in love with this Scarf Pattern by Standing Stones Yarn!! It’s the perfect Fall accessory!! Check out Standing Stone Yarn on Social Media and check out her Etsy Shop for more amazing patterns!!

 

Review: This is a great pattern works up quickly using basic Stitches! The pattern is written very clearly and user friendly! 

Time to Make: Less than an Hour! 

Linkhttps://www.etsy.com/listing/476401288/claire-fraser-inspired-cowl-crochet

Level: Beginner – Basic Stitching

Personal Materials Used: Big Twist Value Yarn, Q Hook, Scissors and Yarn Needle

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