Cosmic Crochet Cowl Digital Crochet Pattern
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This cowl came out of a desire to find a crochet stitch pattern suitable for a skein of variegated yarn! Often, variegated yarn can turn into an ugly mess of colours, and I wanted to avoid that, so after much experimentation, the Cosmic Crochet Cowl was born!
Pattern is in US terminology.
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This cowl is worked in the round from bottom to top, using slip-stitches to join each round. It is written for five different sizes, but is also adjustable to the amount of yarn you have.
This pattern has written instructions, and the stitch pattern is both written and charted. This pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software. This option includes only the written instruction.
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Sizes Available: Five (adjustable).
S, (M, L), single-wrap cowl, and [S, L] infinity scarf/long cowl.
Circumference 18 (21.5, 25), [28, 32.5] inches (45.5, 54.5, 63.5), [71, 82.5] cm
Height is adjustable, sample shown is the Small Single-Wrap cowl, worked to a height of 9.5 inches (24 cm)
Pattern uses 184 to 322 yards (168 to 294meters),1 skein of sock or fingering-weight yarn. Sample is knit in Fleece Artist Sea Wool in "Sea Storm" (70% Merino, 30% SeaCell). As this yarn is discontinued, when looking for a substutite, any Merino/Tencel or Merino/SeaCell blend would work wonderfully as a substitute, or any wool blend with a high drape.
3.5 mm (US E) hook
1 locking stitch marker
Gauge for Pattern:
26 sts and 8 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in Star Stitch
crochet in the round
treble crochet increases and decreases
front post treble crochet
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Photo Credit: Stephanie Wallace
1) A woman wearing a crochet lace cowl done in a variegated yarn. The cowl is pulled up over her mouth and nose.
2) A crochet cowl laying flat. The cowl is crocheted with a set of star stitch clusters that breaks up a green/blue/brown variegated yarn
3) A close up of a crochet star stitch done in variegated green/blue/brown yarn.