This post is sponsored by Yarnspirations
Let’s Take Cozy to a New Level.
I don’t know about you but I am always cold so I’m always on the look-out for cozy clothes. This year I’ve set a personal goal for myself to crochet more clothing – what about you?
I’d love if you joined me for this super cozy, super squishy project. I fell in love with this pattern after first seeing it in Yarnspirations new collection of free patterns. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should definitely have a look through their January “Blanket Statements” Lookbook. There are twelve brand new knit and crochet patterns for every corner of your life. You can browse through the pages online here:
What you see above is the photo that “sold” me on this project. Doesn’t she just look so cozy?! The talented designers at Yarnspirations really outdid themselves on this one. The pattern is called the “Women’s Curvy Crochet Cowl Pullover” and is available in sizes XS to 4XL.
Depending on the size you want to create, you’ll need anywhere between 11 and 14 balls of Bernat Roving Yarn. I’m all about saving some money, especially on large projects like this so if you don’t already listen to the Bhooked Podcast, check out my latest episode to get a coupon code to save 20% your order of $40 or more (and you might just learn something new too!) Here’s the latest episode:
Get Creative with your color choices!
I decided to go with “putty” for my curvy crochet cowl pullover but Bernat Roving is available in 18 different colorways. Which color will you use for your Curvy Crochet Cowl Pullover?
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If you want to make your own Curvy Crochet Cowl Pullover, here’s what you’ll need to do:
- Download the free pattern from Yarnspirations
- Purchase your supplies as specified on the instructions
- Watch my video tutorial to guide you through it
- And just for fun, check out my guest blog post for my personal experience
Techniques for the Women’s Curvy Crochet Cowl Pullover – with Brittany
I hope you have as much fun making your curvy crochet cowl pullover as I did! One thing I want to leave you with is this – I’m here for you. I’m not the kind of instructor that provides a resource and never comes back to it. You are my students and I’m here to help you through the process no matter when you are reading this post. If you find yourself stuck at any point, please leave a comment below and I will do my best to help you through it!
Bye for now,