Crochet Chunky Cowl
Crochet Chunky Cowl
Crochet Chunky Cowl

New Classic Chunky Cowl

Introducing the Classic Chunky Cowl featuring new yarn by Red Heart Yarns. This yarn is called Grande, an ultra-thick yarn that is warm and trending for today’s woman.

You’ve seen this extremely thick yarn walking down the runways and being featured in higher-end magazines. Red Heart is now bringing it to you in affordable pricing to satisfy market knitters and crocheters here in North America.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Chunky Cowl

These types of products work up extremely quickly as the yarn is so thick that it is just ultra bulky. This type of yarn is great to show newbie crocheters on how to crochet so they can see their stitches. I’ve heard that kids are enjoying the learning process working with thicker yarns to see crochet and knit concepts.

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This easy Classic Chunky Cowl is strictly Double Crochet. Using only 2 Balls Grande, you are bound to have a cowl completely down and ready to wear in about an hour.

Get the free pattern, Classic Chunky Cowl.

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2 thoughts on “Crochet Classic Chunky Cowl Pattern

  1. Thank you SO much for this video!! I saw this yarn for sale via joann.com the other day and said I hope Mikey makes something with this yarn. I haven’t purchased some for myself yet. But am going to in the future.

    I was wondering, what size hook did Mikey use to make the cowl in the video? I’ve got a Q size hook, but it definitely doesn’t look like that.

    Thanks again,

    Annie

    • Annie
      the pattern does call for US Q size. I also am going to give this pattern a try. Looks easy and fast. That means a trip to my nearest yarn store. WhooHoo.

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