This cute and cozy crochet buffalo plaid cowl has an easy construction with just enough detail to look fancy and intricate. It’s worked with two strands, so it’s chunky and warm, and works up quick. It’s a perfect addition to your fall and winter wardrobe this year.
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Are you more of a cowl person, or scarf person? I have realized in recent years that I am definitely a cowl (or infinity!) person; I like to simply throw it on and run out the door. With a cowl, I don’t worry about tripping over the ends or getting stuck in elevator doors (I am hugely clumsy, and these types of scenarios are very real possibilities!).
So today, I am adding another cowl to my plaid design library.
The idea for this two toned chunky crochet triangle cowl has been on my design list for years. I attempted to design it last year, however, due to baby-induced sleep deprivation I was a few crayons short of full box, so in the WIP bin it went.
This year with renewed determination and a less addled brain, I achieved the shaping in a much easier way than my original idea.
BONUS: This cowl is great for advanced beginners who are comfortable with the plaid color work because the construction is quite simple.
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CROCHET CHUNKY PLAID TRIANGLE COWL
WHAT YOU NEED:
– Favorite worsted weight yarn in plaid colors (Red, Black andWine or White, Black and Gray)
– 7mm Hook
But maybe if you are a scarf person, I hope maybe you give this cowl a try. I might even make myself another one and switch out the plaid for stripes 🤔.
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