The Lavender Kisses Cowl features an easy two row repeat, and uses just one ball of yarn - and now you can make it with the written pattern (linked below), or this video tutorial and chart!
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How to Crochet the Lavender Kisses Cowl - Right Handed
How to Crochet the Lavender Kisses Cowl - Left Handed
As Seen in this Video (click for more info!)
US - M/N, 9.0 mm Furls Candy Shop Crochet Hook
Red Heart Unforgettable in Pearly and Stained Glass
Lavender Kisses Cowl - free crochet pattern
Within the written pattern, I also have a couple closeup photos - including a labeled one where the ends of the rounds join, so be sure to check that out too! And here's a Pin for your favorite crochet Pinterest board:
And here's the Chart (Please do NOT pin the chart):
As you can see, the Lavender Kisses pattern is pretty simple, but you can simplify it even more if needed - simply chain and double crochet the first round, if you prefer not to use Foundation Double Crochet stitches.
And you can easily adjust for size too! If you prefer a looser cowl, start with more stitches - any multiple of 3 will work. If you don't want so much bulk, stop repeating the rows whenever you're ready and finish off with a row of double crochet. It's perfectly customizable, and with all the pretty colorways of Unforgettable, the end result is always going to be interesting and unique!
If you've enjoyed this video or found it helpful, please do let me know! And if you make the Lavender Kisses Cowl, be sure to tag me in your photos so I can see them too, @mooglyblog or #mooglyblog! Thanks so much for reading and watching!
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Thank you for the great pattern with such a pretty stitch - it was a joy to make !
I'm so glad to hear it, thank you!
maria cristina vera miranda
Hermoso cuello, bonito y abrigador.
This was excellent , love the stitch combination! You make it look easy, I will definitely give it a try. Thank you!
Thank you so much, Maria!
Diane S Pitre
Love the pattern...thanks so much.
Is there a pdf file to save to my files?
Thank you Diane! You can use the green Print Friendly button to create your own custom PDF - here's how: https://www.mooglyblog.com/print-pattern-use-print-friendly-button-moogly/
Hello! I love you tutorials! You mention the length but I was wondering how wide was the one in the video? Thank you so much!
Thank you, Gwendolyn! It's 24″ circumference (12″ width laid flat) x 18″ tall. 🙂
Hello: I'm a beginner crocheter. I made this pattern as a cowl for myself and love it but was wondering if it could be adapted to make a scarf. My mom loves the pattern but doesn't like wearing cowls. Thanks for any advice.
Hi Diana! That would involve a pretty substantial re-write, but you can add extra chains on each end and a dc on each end to finish off the rows! 🙂
Hi Tamara, I finished my Kisses cowl in light greens, rust, golds - fall colors. It finished beautifully, and I ended up giving it to my sister. She really loves it. Thank you for your demonstration - it made crocheting the cowl so much easier. Now, I'm on my second cowl w a different colorway.
♥ I'm so glad to hear it, thank you!