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Scarfie Bandana Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

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When I began designing the Scarfie Bandana Cowl, I only had intentions on making it in adult sizes until I received a request for child sizes as well. She said she really wanted to make a mommy and me set so that's when I decided to add in the toddler and child sizes. I had been dying to use one of Lion Brand Scarfie’s latest colorways, Mint/Silver, ever since it came out so I grabbed the yarn, grabbed my hook and off I went to swatch. As I was swatching I fell more and more in love with this self-striping yarn and knew it was the perfect yarn to bring my vision to life. If you haven’t crocheted with Lion Brand Scarfie yet, you really should go pick up a ball today!

Scarfie Bandana Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

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Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap

Shawls and Wraps

This Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap is one of those easy crochet patterns for a simple and elegant handmade accessory. If you are looking for a fun and easy crochet project with beautiful results, this one will not disappoint. One skein of yarn makes this lovely shawl. If you have not tried the Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball yarn yet, I would encourage you to give it a try. Just imagine spending a cool, crisp morning ride out in the country in a beautiful sleigh with the snow on the ground and sun shining through the trees. You are snuggled under a blanket, dressed in your warm clothes with your pretty lace wrap on. The silver bells on the sleigh are making their beautiful music as the sleigh glides through the snow. When I saw the colors of this yarn, this is the picture that came to my mind. Enjoy each moment. Wearing an asymmetrical shawl is so easy to dress up any fashion statement. It takes seconds to drape the wrap around your shoulders and you are off looking so stylish. Add a beautiful brooch for another decorative and timeless look.

Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap

Simple Shells Light Wrap Crochet Pattern

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So, if you haven’t guessed, I decided to use the Ava yarn from Classic Elite Yarns. It's a beautiful metallic silver yarn; a blend of viscose, wool and polyester. Right off the bat, I had a vision for this particular yarn. And that's how the Simple Shells Light Wrap came into being. This wrap is really delicate and simple to make. It uses the shell stitch which, paired with the subtle metallic yarn, adds a beautiful textural wave to the wrap. It's a lightweight wrap to take on vacations with you or for mild weather. It can also be worn in a variety of ways, so it would be a beautiful holiday gift.

Simple Shells Light Wrap Crochet Pattern

Easy One Skein Bandana Cowl

Shawls and Wraps

The Easy One Skein Bandana Cowl is just what it says on the label - simple and relaxing to crochet, and it takes just one cake of Bernat Pop. Make one for yourself in every color, or start whipping up a holiday gift every evening with this relaxing crochet cowl pattern! The pattern for the Easy One Skein Bandana Cowl is incredibly easy. A simple rectangle is folded and seamed, and done! The buttons are completely decorative and therefore optional - and a great way to add your own personal touch.

Easy One Skein Bandana Cowl

Appalachia Bandana Cowl

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This fun bandana cowl scarf uses 2 colors of a DK weight yarn. The triangle section is worked first in rows and then the cowl section is worked last in the round. The cowl section uses a cool wave stitch pattern. This is a difficulty of easy. You will need to know basic crochet stitches as well as how to work in the back loop only. This uses 240 yards for the main color and 65 yards for the accent color.

Appalachia Bandana Cowl

Squamish Cowl

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This squishy cowl is made with Lion Brand Yarn’s Vanna’s Choice Yarn (so cozy!) in Silver Grey, Chocolate, and Dusty Blue. I chose to use three colors, but you can choose any color combination with the simple assembly of the squares. I used three skeins for the colors, but it only takes a couple hundred yards of yarn. It fits comfortably loose and is nice and long to cover your face on those extra chilly days. The fringe continues the color pattern and adds more detail the the bottom edge. This pattern uses three skeins of Vanna's Choice Lion Brand Yarn in Silver Grey, Chocolate, and Dusty Blue.

Squamish Cowl