ICEBERGS: Cowl Crochet Pattern – Crochet Tutorial in English

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The textural cowl is accented with eye-catching triangular shapes along the border. They remind of ice pieces floating in the dark North Atlantic Ocean. Outstanding diagonal stitches finish an illusion of wave movements while also giving this accessory a modern touch.

You can choose monochromatic tones or combine several yarns to brighten up your urban winter ensemble. Photos show right and wrong sides of the stitches.

Suitable for both women and men.

Measurements: width 18 cm = 7.1’’; length 173 cm = 68’’(scarf), 74 cm = 29’’ (cowl).

Yarn: Fingering / 4 ply / 400 m in 100 gr / 438 yards in 3.5 oz. Total yarn usage is 380 yards (cowl); 790 yards (scarf).

You will receive:

► detailed tutorial in ENGLISH for every row (browse the screen shots of the PDF);

► HQ diagrams (all charts are blurred in the screen shots) as well as many photos;

► written explanation of all rows of the diagrams is included (in case you are not used to work with the crochet charts).

Please keep the original small margins of this PDF during printing out.


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1 review for ICEBERGS: Cowl Crochet Pattern – Crochet Tutorial in English

  1. silverhair

    Not for a beginner, but once you understand the method, very easy to carry on. I made mine in one color.

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