Inspired by traditional herringbone tweed fabric, Alyson Chu's Tweel Cowl Infinity Scarf uses a two color crochet tapestry colorwork to mimic a herringbone pattern. Tweel is the Scots word for twill and thanks to an error made by a London cloth merchant, we have tweed fabrics and not tweel fabrics! This cosy cowl can also be made into a longer infinity scarf.
Photos by Amelia Claudia
Sizes: This pattern includes instructions for a small cowl or a longer infinity scarf, which can be wrapped around your neck twice.
Yardage: The small cowl uses approx 100yds/92m of the main color and 65yds/60m of the coordinating color. The large infinity scarf uses approx 220yds/202m of main color and 130yds/120m of coordinating color.
Finished Measurements: Small cowl measures 9.5” x 7.5” (24cm x 19cm) and long infinity scarf measures 21” x 7.5” (53cm x 19cm).
Yarn: This cowl uses Walcot Yarns' Opus in two colours and is shown above in Ink and Goldenrod. Shop Opus yarn here.