This cowl designed and worn in the fashion of a bandanna highlights the natural beauty of the high prairie with its stunning colors and subtle textures.
Materials: Malabrigo Arroyo light (DK) weight wool yarn (3.5 oz/291 yds/100g per hank): 1 hank in # 139 Pocion; Hook size (7) 4.5 mm
Gauge: 15 rows and 16 sts = 4” in sc
Pattern Sizes: One Size Fits Most, Child/Adult
Skill level: 3 Intermediate
Necessary Skills: basic stitches, bobble stitch, V-st
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These pictures get me every time I share them. The natural beauty of Wyoming is unlike any other. It’s rugged and fierce and BIG.
This bandana captured all of this feeling for me. The colors even match – red dogwood, green sage & juniper, big blues for the big sky, subtle browns that surround you every season of the year.
Even our model’s choice of sweater caught a lot of attention! People found similar sweater patterns because they wanted to make it themselves!
It is by far one of my favorite designs – not just because of the work I put into it, but because of how it all came together with our lovely model, my photographer and the landscape itself.
Get the Casper Mountain Cowl crochet pattern here.