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Crochet Scallop Stripe Cowl

Leyla
Leyla
Jul 04, 2024 10:15 AM
Crochet Scallop Stripe Cowl

Imagine wrapping yourself in a cozy handmade Crochet Scallop Stripe Cowl! This beautiful accessory adds a touch of flair to any outfit while providing warmth and style in the chilly weather. Handcrafted with love and care, each scallop stripe cowl is unique, making it a special addition to your winter wardrobe. The intricate crochet pattern creates a stunning texture that is both eye-catching and luxurious. Whether you're running errands or meeting a friend for coffee, this cowl is sure to become your go-to accessory. Stay warm, stylish, and comfortable all season long with the Crochet Scallop Stripe Cowl.


MATERIALS

  • Rowan Big Wool, 100% Merino wool, 100g/80m/87yds
  • Yarn A: Linen 048 x 1 ball

    Yarn B: Lipstick 063 x 1 ball

  • 10mm hook
  • Removable stitch marker or small safety pin
  • TENSION

    Work 8 sts and 7 rnds over shell st pattern to measure 10 x 10cm/ 4 x 4in using 10mm hook, or size required to obtain tension.

    MEASUREMENTS

    Circumference: 59.5cm/23 1/2in.

    Width: 25.5cm/10in.

    PATTERN NOTES

    When changing colours, draw new colour through last 2 loops on hook to complete last st. To join yarn with a dc, make a slip knot 12.5cm/5in from end of yarn and place on hook. Insert hook into st, yoh and draw up a loop, yoh and draw through both loops on hook.

    COWL

    With yarn A, 48ch.

    Rnd 1: Dc in the second ch from the hook and in each ch across. Then, being careful not to twist this strip, join the strip with a sl st in the first dc, forming a ring.

    Rnd 2: 1ch, dc in same dc as joining (always mark this st to indicate the beg of rnd), dc in each rem st around, join rnd with a sl st in first dc, changing to yarn B.

    Rnd 3: With yarn B, 1ch, dc in same st as joining, dc in each dc around, join rnd with a sl st in first dc.

    Rnd 4: 1 ch, dc in same dc as joining, *miss next 2dc, work 5tr in the next dc, miss 2dc, dc in the next dc; rep from * around, end miss next 2dc, work 5tr in the next dc, miss 2dc, join rnd with a sl st in first dc, changing to yarn A.

    Rnd 5: With yarn A, 1ch, dc in same dc as joining, dc in each rem st around, join rnd with a sl st in first dc.

    Rnd 6: 1ch, dc in same dc as joining, dc in each rem st around, join rnd with a sl st in first dc, changing to yarn B.

    Rep rnds 3-6 three times more, then rnd 3 once. Fasten off and weave in ends.

    BOTTOM EDGING

    With the right side facing, turn the cowl so bottom loops of the beg ch are at top. Join yarn B with a dc in any loop.

    Rnd 1: Dc in each rem bottom loop around, join rnd with a sl st in first dc. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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