There & Back Again Button Cowl by fiber and fox

There & Back Again Button Cowl

February 2018
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 7 rows = 4 inches
in herringbone half double crochet
9.0 mm (M/N)
200 - 218 yards (183 - 199 m)
one size fits all/most
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This super thick & cozy crocheted fringed cowl is a quick & easy accessory to make & enjoy all winter long.
Inspired by my life-long love of Tolkien & Middle Earth, this chunky fringed cowl works up quickly & is an easy piece to layer on to any outfit, for added warmth or just for fun!
It’s worked flat, then folded & sewn together. This cowl is a project easy enough for a beginner, but the end look is anything but simple!

• 2 skeins of Premier Serenity Chunky Yarn (or ~218 yds any bulky/5-weight you like!)
• Crochet hook sized M/N/9mm
• Ruler or tape measure
• Tapestry needle to weave in ends
• Optional: 3 buttons
(in this design the buttons are nonfunctional, as there is really no need to unbutton this cowl & therefore completely optional. But any size or style you like will do!)
Green: Deborah Norville Collection Serenity Chunky in “After Dark”
Gray: Deborah Norville Collection Serenity Chunky in “Smoke-Heather”

I would love to see how YOU rock your There & Back Again Button Cowl! Follow along with my on Instagram - - & tag me in your finished pieces! Or use #thereandbackagaincowl & #fiberandfoxmakes so we all can enjoy your new cowl along you!

COPYRIGHT: Fiber & Fox (formerly Bella’s Custom Crochets), January 2017.
The There & Back Again button cowl pattern & photographs are property of Isabella Tonski of Fiber & Fox & may be used for personal, non-commercial purposes only. You may not share, or sell this pattern in any way, ‘cause no one likes a copycat. You are more than welcome to sell the finished product, but please never use my photos in doing so! If you wish to sell finished pieces online, please credit Fiber & Fox by including a link to my pattern in your listing. If you have any questions in regards to distribution or translation of this pattern, please contact me by email at