Erin Medley

Patterns to Play With Gray

Gray is such an amazing color! It can be worn year round, matches black and blue seamlessly, and is a great accent color. Personally, I enjoy using gray yarns for the boys in my life. They tend to gravitate towards black, especially my husband. These patterns are fabulous for that gray in your stash!

 

Patterns to Play with Gray

 

1. Chevron Zig Zag Ripple Cowl by Accessorise

Chevron Zig Zag Ripple by Accessorise

Simple and chic!  Even a beginner to crochet could achieve this look!

Get this pattern here.

 

2. Diamond Snood by Luz Patterns

Diamond snood crochet pattern 165 by Luz Mendoza

The Diamond Snood is airy, but cozy! You can pull it over your head too!

Get this pattern here.

 

3. Emma Convertible Shrug by Crystalized Designs

Emma Convertible Shrug by Crystalized Designs

This stitch is stunning! I love that you can choose your sleeve length.

Get this pattern here.

 

4. Laura Wrap and Cowl by Sincerely Pam

Laura Wrap and Cowl by Sincerely Pam

This pattern looks great with or without fringe, as a cowl or a shawl!

Get this pattern here.

 

5. Ombre Extra Comfy Cowl by ACCROchet

Ombre extra comfy cowl by ACCROchet

Dig into your gray stash yarn and make this cozy cowl!

Get this pattern here.

 

6. Sunkissed Shawl by Accessorise

Simple stitches make up this amazing shawl! You could make one for Fall right now!

Get this pattern here.

 

I love playing around with color schemes, and this one is beautiful! I think I need a Chevron Zig Zag Ripple Cowl in these colors. What do you think?

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Happy crocheting,

Erin

Erin Medley

www.happilyhooked.com

Erin is the owner of Crochet Medley, and the Publishing Assistant at Happily Hooked Magazine. A born and raised Michigander, she’s a military wife, and mother of two. Some of her favorite things to crochet are hats, cowls, and amigurumi. Crochet was introduced to her as a pre-teen, but became an obsession in 2008 when her son was born, so she opened a little shop to bring others joy! When she isn’t working with yarn, Erin enjoys her two fur babies, hockey, scrapbooking, coloring with the kids, baking, Star Wars, beading, reading, and watching true crime books or shows.

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