Meadows Crochet Cowl And Mitts [FREE Crochet Pattern] |

Meadows Crochet Cowl And Mitts [FREE Crochet Pattern]

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Enhance Your Ensemble With This Meadows Crochet Cowl And Mitts

Designed by the talented Jen Dwyer, This elegant Meadows Crochet Cowl and Mitts doesn’t just add protection from the cold it is also fab and super stylish. The hat is worked in the round while the mitts are worked in rows.

A woman wearing a brown and white crochet cowl with a matching pair of crochet fingerless mitts and text area which says "Free Crochet Pattern,"

In fact, this pattern is perfect for crocheters with intermediate skills to work on.

Once completed, the cowl measures approximately 8.5 inches in height and about 48 inches in circumference. The mitts are roughly 7 inches in length and a circumference at the wrist of about 7.5 inches.

In metric units, the cowl is approximately 21.5 cm high and a circumference of about 121 cm. The mitts are roughly 17 cm long and wrist circumference of about 19 cm.

Using Palette Yarn, a gorgeous, fingering-weight yarn made of 100% Peruvian highland wool. It boasts an impressive array of colors and shades, perfect for colorwork crocheting.

The crocheted pieces are made using a US D/3 crochet hook. That is 3.25 mm hooks if you prefer metric measurements.

Furthermore, you have to make sure that you get the gauge right, this is to make sure that the finish pieces actually fit.

If you don’t know how to do this, we have a great guide that you will surely find helpful. You can find this guide here: Crochet Gauge: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Gauge Right.

You can download the FREE pattern for these cozy pieces from the WeCrochet website.

To get the FREE downloadable pattern for these warm and stylish accessories, please click here: Mountain Meadows Cowl and Mitts Pattern.

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Palette Yarn.

So, why not give this Meadows Crochet Cowl And Mitts pattern a go?

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