It’s Mid-January! Time for “The Winter Cowl” Pattern!!!Patterns-Cowls
This week I am launching a fun, easy and so cute pattern that I am calling “The Winter Cowl”. It is a fast and lovely cowl to wear with a sweater or turtleneck when you go out to dinner or just about anywhere! It requires a small amount of #4 weight yarn (I used Vanna’s Choice) and looks so nice and lacy when finished. I hope you like it and create your own very soon.
The “Winter” Cowl
One Size – Adult
Designed By: Christine Longe of Lakeview Cottage Kids
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Adult – Woman
- 1/2 skein Aran weight (#4) LionBrand “Vanna’s Choice” Yarn
- Crochet Hook, Size H/5.00 mm
– Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
Chain – ch
Single Crochet – sc
Double Crochet – dc
Gauge: 4 1/2 inches = 4 rows of clusters; 5 1/2 inches = 4 clusters
(I crochet pretty loosely. If you crochet tighter, you may want to adjust to a larger hook to get your desired size.)
Finished Size: 14 1/2 inches long (when seamed and folded) x 5 1/2 inches wide)
This stitch pattern is made using a multiple of
5 + 1.
Using the H Hook, Chain 21.
Row 1: (This will be considered the right side.). Dc in the 4th ch from the hook. Dc in the next two ch; *ch 1, skip next ch, dc in next 4 ch*. Repeat from * to * across the row. Ch 1. Turn.
Row 2: Sc in the first dc; *ch 5, sc in the next ch-1 space*. Repeat from * to * across the row. End ch 5, sc in the top of the turning ch. Ch 3. Turn.
Row 3: 3 dc in the first ch-5 space; *ch 1, 4 dc in the next ch-5 space*. Repeat from * to * across the row. End ch 1, 3 dc in the last space, dc in the last sc. Ch 1. Turn.
Repeat Rows 2 and 3 for the pattern.
Continue the pattern until the fabric measures 29 inches. **Do not cut the yarn.
Seam: Place the two short ends together (right sides together).
Single crochet through stitches on both ends all the way across. Be sure to catch both loops of each stitch on each side of the fabric. Ch 1 and end off. Work in loose ends.
Turn right side out…so that the seam is on the inside of the cowl. And you are finished!
Enjoy your lacy new cowl!
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