This pattern uses a simple stitch repeat to create a highly textured, 3d, chunky cowl. This makes the Connected Cowl incredibly warm. The stitches work together to create a beautiful net like pattern, each stitch reaching out to connect with the others.Keep Reading
I named this crochet pattern the Studio Scoodie because the texture reminded me of that egg box type sound proofing on studio walls. It is a super warm scoodie (scarf with a hood) without that sharp angle at the back of your head. The soft curved hood is what brings a unique finish to this scoodie. It’s extra long and you can also turn it round and wear it draped like a shawl over the shoulders or with the hood around the front to give you a bit of extra warmth. I love it’s versatility!
I have classed this scoodie as advanced beginner / intermediate. It involves a simple stitch repeat with some decreases. All stitches are explained fully in the pattern.
6 mm / J hook
Yarn: ~ 680 yds, 400g of Medium worsted weight yarn
I used 4 skeins of Lion Brand Vanna’s choice in Fisherman for the item pictured
Yarn needle & scissors
Finished size: 80in x 10in
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I designed this blanket as a tribute to all you talented makers (yes, I’m talking to you!).
I wanted to give you a way to be able to stand up and proudly say “I MADE THIS”!Keep Reading