Sunday 1 October 2017

The Acorn Cowl - my very first pattern is now on Ravelry

Hello dear blog friends,

After a long break i am back!

I have got exciting news to share : i just published one of my own crochet patterns for the first time on ravelry.

It is called the acorn cowl because the pattern resembles rows and rows of colourful acorns!

The Acorn Cowl

For a very limited time (until midnight - European time Monday 02 October 2017) it is available for 25% less with coupon code Intro25.

Please follow this link to the pattern where you will find details, you will need to be logged in (Ravelry is a free website for knitters and crocheters):

The Acorn Cowl pattern link

This pattern is available for €5.86 EUR  buy it now
Inspired by nature walks in beautiful forests, this cosy lacy cowl has a lovely autumn feel.
This cowl features rows and rows of colourful acorns in different shades and colours; ranging from soft pastel hues to vivid autumn shades.
This pattern is suitable for advanced beginners who want to build on their knowledge and for intermediate + crocheters who enjoy a mindful project.
There are lots of helpful tips for adapting your cowl.
This pattern includes an 8 page photo tutorial (please check before printing this out - save trees!) It is probably better to see the details on your computer screen, where you can see it in colour and are able to zoom in, if needed.
New pattern - introduction offer valid until end of 2 October 2017, with coupon code Intro25
Enjoy making and wearing this cowl!
And don’t forget to share your creations via ravelry (make a project page with photos), instagram, pinterest and other social media with #funkycrochetacorncowl, #acorncowl, #funkycrochet .
copyright Ingrid Kopka 2017 (Pattern including all photos) 
For personal use only. 
Please do not copy or share this pattern in any way or form. 
Thanks for your support!

This is all for now, i hope you like my new pattern!
I'm hoping to publish more in the future; there will also be free patterns!



  1. Well done, it looks like a beautiful creation.

  2. Congratulations on your first pattern. Really beautiful.

    Sweet greetings,

  3. HUGE congratulations to you, Ingrid! I'm so thrilled for you and have no doubt you'll be very successful with your patterns. The Acorn cowl is absolutely beautiful. I'm off to purchase it right now!

    1. Thank you so much, Diane! Your support means a lot to me, i hope you like the pattern!

  4. Hi Ingrid, nice to hear from you again! Is just wandered how you were doing the past months. Hope you are alright again! And how nice that you posted a pattern on ravelry. Good luck!

    1. Hi Lizette, thanks for asking after me. Earlier this year i was still recovering from my wrist injury, it has been a long process. Then my mum got cancer and it threw everyone, she was seriously ill and in hospital for a very long time. Luckily she got better again and life is a bit more normal again now. x

    2. Sorry to hear your mum was so ill. Luckily she got better (and so did you)

  5. A beautiful pattern, Ingrid. Nice to see you blogging again.

  6. Congratulations on your first published pattern! It's great to see you back in blogland. I'm sorry to learn about your mum and glad that you are all feeling closer to normal now.

    This year has been a difficult year - it wants to keep interrupting our plans for what we would rather be doing. For us that would be crocheting and playing with colour etc.

    The colours in your cowl are so bright and happy. Even if the days are dark, the cowl will bring some cheer. Again, well done on your latest work. :-) xxx

  7. Just popping by to see how you are going. I haven't had a lot of time for Instagram but have been trying to keep up with the blogosphere which is where I am today so, "Hello! How are you this week, Ingrid?"

  8. Great job on your Ravelry pattern!!!! it is fun to see how people respond on Ravelry

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