I’m calling this project a scarf cowl because it’s long enough to wear as a scarf, or you can double it up to keep your neck nice and toasty. It’s really easy and only a one row pattern repeat, so even beginners should be able to make it.
I’m loving the color combination Knitcrate sent me and in the step-by-step video tutorial that accompanies this pattern, you can learn how to make the color changes on this project without ever having to cut your ends. That means the only weaving in you do is your starting and ending tails! Yes way!
My thumb is almost healed (see my previous post for what happened), but as I promised, I said I would edit together some videos I was saving for colder weather. So here is my next free pattern workshop. The Little Blue Hooded Scarf. It’s sized for a child, but in the video I give instructions on how you can increase the size for any person. Download the pattern here and have fun!
Hey Everyone, I’ve just put up a new Motif of the Month. It is a tutorial on the Hexagon Granny Square, and because I have a pattern that uses this motif, I’ve decided to now offer it for free to everyone. So click on the pattern below to be taken over to where you can download it, or click on the video to check out the tutorial now.