New Pattern – Crochet Crocodile Stitch Cowl


I think I might have just created the warmest cowl on earth.

It is SOOOOO warm.

If you are looking for a fun crochet project and you like playful and easy patterns (because this project is definitely muuuch easier than it looks), then I think that this neck warmer is a great thing for you… or your loved ones… or basically anybody who likes to keep their neck warm :).



Since it uses thicker yarn a bigger hook, this cowl can be whipped up in almost no time.


And have I already said that it’s very playful? M&M kind of playful.



To find more details about this pattern, you are welcome to visit my online shop.



P.S.: I am now toying with the idea of using a similar colorful stripey approach to make my Crocodile Stitch Bag. So tempting! What do you think…?


5 thoughts on “New Pattern – Crochet Crocodile Stitch Cowl

  1. 1
    Fiona says:

    Such a pretty cowl – I love the different colours and I think it makes a nice change to see something like this made in such bright, cheerful colours – a real pick-me-up for a winter day! I would love to see the crocodile bag done the same way too!

  2. 2
    Charlien says:

    Wow Petra, this is lovely!!!!!! Well done.

  3. 3
    Rinki says:

    I just wanted to drop by and leave a quick comment, I found your website a few days ago but it wasn’t until yesterday that I really took a closer look at your recipes and they were amazing I’m sooo looking forward to trying them – most of them actually, especially the homemade gnocci’s and the molten lava cake.

    You have a truly wonderful blog and I just wanted you to know that :).

  4. 4
    Dena says:

    It is a chilly morning here in New Hampshire. I wish I had this beautiful cowl right now to keep me warm! Have you ever considered selling some of the items you make? Not just the patterns?

    • 4.1
      zoomyummy says:

      I am glad you like it, dear Dena! In the future, I might be selling some of my creations, right now I am helplessly addicted to designing the patterns 🙂 Petra

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