The Andie Cowl

September 1, 2017
The Andie Crochet Cowl, Toddler Crochet Scarf, Chunky Scarf, Infinity Scarf, Knitwear, Kids Fashion, Neckwarmer, Boys, Girls, Gender Neutral, For Kids
If you prefer no-fuss accessories for your child(ren), the Andie Cowl is just what you need. This classic, infinity-style scarf is perfect for effortlessly keeping your loved one's face and neck warm, and thanks to its cozy fit, is harder to lose while out-and-about! Just slide it over your child's head, and on you go. No front, no back, no upside or downside. And another plus to Andie? It's crocheted using a simple stitch throughout, so it's a versatile piece suitable for both boys and girls!

The Andie Cowl is a fitted scarf made of soft and chunky acrylic yarn. Its fit isn't too close to the neck, but isn't so loose as to entice your young one to take it off. (And if they tried, you'd have time to catch it before it was lost forever.) One of the things I especially love about the Andie Cowl is its one-size-fits-most approach. It fits most toddlers (18 mo. — 3 years old), with more or less slouch depending on their age. Score!

The Andie Crochet Cowl, Toddler Crochet Scarf, Chunky Scarf, Infinity Scarf, Knitwear, Kids Fashion, Neckwarmer, Boys, Girls, Gender Neutral, For Kids
The Andie Cowl is available in 30+ colors, including Bar Harbor (featured above). Not only are the chunky stitches of the Andie so squishy and comfortable, Bar Harbor is a fabulous choice for neutrality-without-boredom. A mix of cream and slate blue; this yarn wears beautifully on anyone, and pairs well with most outfits. While this may be one of my favorites from the line, there are 29+ other colors that are bound to catch your eye! (May I also suggest Fargo or Spartan?)

Oh, and if you weren't already swooning over Andie, it's just $16.95!

The Andie Crochet Cowl, Toddler Crochet Scarf, Chunky Scarf, Infinity Scarf, Knitwear, Kids Fashion, Neckwarmer, Boys, Girls, Gender Neutral, For Kids


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