Crochet this amazing beginner friendly cowl neck jumper
By Toni Pulford Dec 2018
Hi Guys! I’m so excited to be bringing you my new jumper pattern!
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Its for the Comfiest Cowl Neck Jumper, a super comfy (obvs!) relaxed top that literally goes with anything. Despite there being a few decreasing stitches in the sleeves its actually super easy to make, and works up really quickly with a 9mm hook – I think this only took me about 4 sittings, but it really does depend on how quickly you crochet.
The jumper is made by holding both Aran yarn and cotton sewing thread to create a cool ‘marbled’ look. I used sewing thread so as not to make the jumper too bulky and heavy. I picked mine up from Amazon – They come in handy 5000 yard cones and I only used one cone with tons left over! The main yarn I used it my trusty Stylecraft Special DK, a yarn that I go back to time and time again. Its just a dream to work with and super affordable, its machine washable too!
The whole jumper is made from 6 panels of hdc and hdcblo for the ribbing and seamed together at the end. The cowl neck is worked in the round without joining to eliminate unsightly seams and this is the part of the pattern that is really up to you. You can leave it off completely or carry on crocheting in the round for a longer cowl neck.
Because of the neutral colouring its a really versatile piece that can be dressed up or down. I’ve even chucked it on with some leggings for a comfortable day in front of the TV.
So enough blabbering about how much I love my new jumper and I’ll let you know where you can get your mitts on a copy of the ad free version of the pattern.
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