October - Leopard Print Cowl

October's box pre-order is now closed - click here to see if we have any one-off boxes available.

Leopard print and chunky yarn are my love language. This month's project is oversized, squishy, and super giftable (if you can bear to part with it when you've made it!). The weather is getting cooler, so the yarn's getting chunkier...

Already have the kit and ready to make?

Add the (case sensitive) password from your pattern inside August's box to watch the video below:

Leopard Print Cowl

This month's box is full to bursting with 4 balls of the super chunky good stuff, a hand-painted 10mm bamboo crochet hook, and a few other little treats to make our project - the Leopard Print Cowl.

The leopard spots are oversized, giving big blocks of colours and, from some angles, an almost abstract print. Which I like to call being subtle 😉

This month you will be learning  

  • Crochet in the round
  • Fair Isle crochet
  • How to colour change
  • Reading a graph (written instructions are included too)

This month's video will also focus on tips to help you work with three colours without getting in a tangle, how to create crochet colour work if you haven't before (spoiler - it's much easier than it looks!), and how to read the graph provided in your box.

 

YOUR BOX WILL INCLUDE

Each kit comes with everything you need to make the project, including yarn, tools, a pattern, a chart and a half-hour video for the trickier bits. So no matter how you prefer to learn, I've got you covered!

  • 400g super chunky yarn
  • 10mm crochet hook
  • crochet hook bag
  • 2 x wool wash sachets 

Last orders to subscribe and join us for this kit, with a new box landing on your doorstep each month, are 6th October. Boxes will then be posted out 20th October.

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The Leopard Print Cowl pattern is taken from Modern Crochet Style, my first book published by White Owl Publishing, release date November 2021.

Images Copyright White Owl Publishing and Lindsey Newns

1 comment

  • Hi,
    I’m guessing it could bee irked as a scarf (with pom-poms?) rather than a cowl?
    Susan

    Susan

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