…. is the Chevron Cowl.
I’ve been pondering which patterns to bring to Cheshire Fibre Festival. For a while I didn’t know whether I should bring patterns, after all they can be found easily on Ravelry and Loveknitting/Lovecrochet. But my facebook friends explained how they love to see patterns and the designs at these events, and that buying a pattern at a fibre festival gives you the chance to see what yarn quantities and notions you need, enabling you to buy everything you need on the day. And it’s a bonus if you can be sent the Ravelry download link as well. So I decided I would bring some. But which ones?
At the same time I know that Chevron Cowl was awaiting publication, having been published originally in Inside Crochet issue 77. As I reached it out today I realised it just has to make an appearance at CFF. I had forgotten how much I love it! It is very adaptable, having buttons that can be arranged for a long cowl, a long scarf/cowl or wrapped around twice for a very warm cowl. It is made in aran weight yarn, three different shades of Milla Mia Naturally Soft Aran, which is sooooo soft. I used 3 pastel shades but the beauty of the design is you can choose whatever colours you like – bright, soft, dark, light, rainbows…..anything goes.
So yes, it will be making an appearance at CFF. You’ll see the original design and be able to buy the pattern, and leave you Ravelry name/email and you’ll be sent a download as well.
But if you can’t wait it’s just been published on Ravelry here and LoveCrochet.
Happy crocheting xxxx