My Crochet: Two-Toned Convertible Cowl Capelets

par Kathryn sur Novembre 30, 2011 · 9 Commentaires

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If you watched my video a couple of weeks ago showing the slideshow of my cowls and capelets then you might have spotted the debut of my two-toned convertible cowl capelets. I am really loving making and wearing these so I wanted to share them in more detail here.

The Purple and Green Convertible Cowl Capelet

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The Black and White Convertible Cowl Capelet

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About The Crochet Convertible Cowl Capelet

What I love about this design is that the item can be worn in lots of different ways (which I’ve tried to show here). I have several feathers and fascinators that can be worn not only in the hair but also as pins and that’s what I use to pin the cowl capelet closed in different ways. This open design leaves a lot more flexibility for the wearer than if I had chosen to close it off. Basically to make this I just do ribbed circles or hexagons, one in each color, and then I stitch them together for about ten stitches (and that’s the part that goes behind my neck). I love the two tone design, especially because when the item is worn as a cowl then you can control which color shows more.

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  1. [...] my tone-toned crochet capelet/cowl. It can be worn a number of different ways (which you can see here). Today I’m showcasing the colored side of it (green and purple suede yarn) against a simply [...]

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