I am so excited to bring to you the Plum Creek Cowl, my newest crochet pattern. When I found this beautiful basketweave stitch (see how-to video below), I just knew I had to try it with super bulky yarn. This stitch pattern creates such a textured yet simple design that elevates any crochet piece to something special. Plus, there is some overlapping in the stitches, so it provides extra warmth. The best part is that this stitch is so easy to do…if you can double crochet, you can work this stitch. But if not, no worries, I have created a video tutorial for you below!
Tools & Materials:
- Purchase the cowl pattern in all sizes for $5:
- I used Loops & Threads Cozy Wool…This is one of my favorite super bulky yarns. It is soft and flexible, not as stiff as some bulky yarns can be, so it’s perfect for a project like this.
- Size N crochet hook I like large crochet hooks like this Clover one that have more of a rounded point because it doesn’t snag in the yarn as much. But if you have another favorite, go for it!
- Yarn needle
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The pattern comes with sizing and instructions for toddler, child, youth, and adult x-small, small, medium, and large. I am always available to answer any questions you have via e-mail given in the pattern.
I hope you enjoy and happy crocheting!
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