The “Spring Lace” Cowl Pattern is Here!!! And, Just in Time for Easter!!!News . Patterns-Cowls
As we get ready to celebrate Easter at our house, I’ve been looking through my wardrobe for something springy and feminie to wear on Easter Sunday. As I looked through my closet I wasn’t finding what I wanted so I decided to design a new cowl to wear with one of my lightweight sweaters. The result is my new pattern that I’ve called the “Spring Lace” Cowl. I just love how it has turned out…light, airy, and very feminine. So, my Easter outfit is now complete with this lovely addition. I thought you might like to make one of these, too. So I am publishing my pattern here. You can also get the ad-free PDF version of the pattern in my Etsy Shop. I hope you try it!
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The “Spring Lace” Cowl
Adult Size – One Size Fits All
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Designed By: Christine Longe of Lakeview Cottage Kids
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Adult – One Size Fits All
– 1 skein Bernat Softee Cotton (#3) yarn, 4.2 oz./254 yards Color: Cream
(This yarn is 60% Cotton and 40% Acrylic; Machine Washable and Dryable.)
– Crochet Hook, Size I/5.50 mm
– Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
Chain Stitch – ch
Single Crochet – sc
Double Crochet – dc
4 – inch square = 3 1/2 cluster stitches across and 4 3/4 rows down
Finished Size: 6 inches wide X 35 inches long (before seaming)
(This scarf is made using a Multiple of 4.)
Body of the Scarf
Row 1: Work 4 dc in the 4th ch from the hook, skip 3 chains, sc in the next chain; *ch 2, 4 dc in the same chains as last sc, sk 3 chains, sc in next ch, rep from * across, chain 5. Turn. (20 st)
Row 2: 4 dc in the 4th ch from the hook; *skip 4 dc, sc between last dc skipped and next ch-2 space, ch 2, work 4 dc in the side of the last sc worked; repeat from * to last 4 dc, skip 4 dc, sc in ch-2 sp; chain 5. Turn. (20 st)
Repeat Row 2 for the pattern until the fabric measures 35 inches.
Do not fasten off.
Edging: Ch 1. Work a single crochet in each space around all 4 sides of the fabric. If there is a space that seems larger than others, fill that with 2 sc instead of 1. This will happen every 3 or 4 stitches. In each corner work 3 sc.
When you reach the first sc of the edging, slo stitch, ch 1 and fasten off.
Do not fasten off.
Seam: Place right sides of fabric together at short ends. Using a single crochet, go through a single crochet on each side. This creates the seam. .
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Turn seam to inside.
Enjoy your beautiful, feminine and so soft spring cowl!!
Best Wishes and Stay Cozy!!!!
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