Crochet Cozy Cowl Cape Pattern

Crochet Cozy Cowl Cape Pattern

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Cozy Cowl Cape aka Poncho

Cozy Cowl Cape aka Poncho

Crochet Cozy Cowl Cape

Introducing this fabulous Cozy Cowl Cape Poncho by Yarnspirations.com. This cape is really fabulous with a deep turtle neck thick collar finished off with length that extends down near the waist. Available in XS – 5 XL for the pattern.

The drape on this cape is free-flowing and you can move around with ease. With the ribbed collar, you will be warm and fashion savvy at the same time.

This is using Caron Simply Soft Yarns. The basic gist of the pattern is that it really is easy. The collar will take you time to make as it’s using front post and back post double crochets to give the deep ribbing that appears. You can see more pictures of this cape from different angles on the pattern itself.

In the tutorial, I will get you started and get you the finish of the first colour, the Heather Charcoal colour and go through the next steps as it’s a matter of increasing incrementally to do the design. You will see how simple it is but oh so fashion fabulous.

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Cozy Cowl Cape Pattern

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