French Twist Cowl

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French Twist Cowl Pattern


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Crocheting: French Twist Cowl
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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet
  • double crochet

Pattern Description:

Skill Level: Intermediate

This is a fun crochet project that works up surprisingly fast!!! This Mbius cowl is worked from the center outward in a continuous, figure 8 loop. Also, the pattern is a 4 row repeat, so although it is easy to memorize there's lots going on to keep you interested. It is such an addictive pattern that the hardest part will be to make just one!

This crochet pattern calls for 13/4 skeins of Cascade Yarns Eco Duo [100 g (3.5 oz)/180 meters (197 yds) per skein], which is an aran weight (4). This well written pattern includes tons of illustrations to help you to successfully complete your project.

The crochet instructions are written for one size only, but a multiple has been included making it easy for you to adjust the size, or to experiment with different weight yarns. The finished cowl measures approximately 33 cm (13") in width and 33 cm (13") in length.

I should warn you, your friends and family are all going to want you to make one for them!


13 sc and 18 rows = 10 cm (4") unblocked square with a 6.00 mm (J) crochet hook.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 33 cm (13") in width and 33 cm (13") in length.


  • 13/4 skeins of Cascade Yarns Eco Duo
  • 6.00 mm (J) crochet hook
  • stitch marker
  • yarn needle

Suggested yarn:

344 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Cascade Yarns Eco Duo


Almond Smoke (1712)

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Crochet designs by Kim Miller and Tara Schreyer. We are a team of two long-time friends and business partners, encouraging and inspiring each other.

Tara Schreyer has been working in the crochet design industry since 2008. Her designs are made with simple lines and colour with the modern family in mind. She is contsantly learning different stitches and techniques to inspire her next creation. ...

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