This beautiful chunky snowfall fair isle cowl uses a simple but beautiful fair isle technique that you will love to working. Watch the video to see how to work this easy technique. Pair with the snowfall hat and mittens for a complete set. You will love it! The post includes affiliate links, which means I earn a small commission if you make a purchase using one of my links, at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!Click for more
This week I have been sluggish. I am trying to get the year planned out and organized, and it resulted in less articles appearing on Whistle and Ivy. I am so excited about what I have planned out for the year and I hope I can create content that you absolutely LOVE. This granny square cowl is a pattern that I designed about 18 months ago, but I am republishing it here so you can find it easier. It is very cozy, and quite easy to whip up, especially if you love making granny squares.
Hello everyone! I hope you are excited about today’s Super Scarf Blog Hop! There are so many gorgeous super scarf patterns, be sure to click around to each one. Mine is called the Smoky Mountain Super Scarf. I rognally thought this oversized scarf would take me awhile to complete, but I really finished it in two evenings (after the kids were in bed). This lovely chunky yarn works up fast, so you can be snuggling in this cozy scarf in no time at all.
Also, I am IN LOVE with gray and hot pink. This Autumn Frost Slouchy could go perfect with this super scarf!
I think I found my new favorite accessory. I have never been a huge cowl fan until today. Not that I HATED them, I just had a hard time finding one (or making one) that I loved. My (almost) 30 Minute Cowl is easy and cute, but it’s not my go-to scarf. As I pulled out my hook and yarn to design this cozy Chunky V-Stitch Cowl, I decided I would try and make it with 3 balls only. This led me to make it rather small around the neck. It was such a happy result! I am now understanding that all my cowls have been too big for my liking. Next time I made my 30 Minute Cowl, I will work at least 3 fewer rows, so it’s cozy and snug around my neck.
You learn something new every day, I guess!
Happy Friday friends! I am finishing off the week by sharing this chunky, cozy and QUICK crochet cowl pattern with you. I called it the “almost” 30 minute crochet cowl because, in all fairness, it took me 35 minutes to complete. But doesn’t 30 minute crochet cowl sound better? Plus, I believe I am a rather slow crocheter, so I would be interested in seeing how fast you can crochet it.