Watercolor Cowl

Do you like cowls as much as I do?  Then you're going to LOVE this pattern!

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The Watercolor Cowl has so many possibilities! First of all, you can get TWO of these gorgeous cowls (including the fringe) from ONE cake!!! Isn't that awesome?
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Colorway: Spirit

The cowl is also completely reversible, with both sides being equally as beautiful!

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It's unisex, and looks great on the guys too!

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Colorway: Serpent

Plus, it can be worn as a poncho on children & young adults (I would say up to age 14/Women's XS).
Sample made by Pammy's Bare Beanies
Colorway: Gnome


And these cowls both coming from the same cake means matching sets! Think His and Hers, Mommy & Me, Sisters, Best Friends... etc. 

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 Sample made by Village Knits
Colorway: Centaur

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Sample made by Crafty Mommy Jenni
Colorway: Warlock 
Colorway: Genie
Here's how to make your own: 

Watercolor Cowl
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Materials
Lion Brand Mandala (Light Weight Yarn [#3])


Gauge

Not important for this project


Size

One size fits most


Stitch Guide

arnd = around
BLO = back loop only
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
sk = skip
sl st(s) = slip stitch(es)
st(s) = stitch(es)


Skill Level

Easy
Written in U.S. Terms




Notes
  • Beginning chains do not count as stitches.
  • This pattern is written so it is worked in the round with joins and chains. However, it can be worked in continuous rounds (with no joins or beginning chains/seamless).
  • Cowl is worked from the bottom up.
  • Two cowls with fringe can be made from one cake of Lion Brand Mandala.

Instructions

1. Fsc 80 join to form a circle, being careful not to twist (move to step 2) OR Ch 80, join chain to form a circle, being careful not to twist the chain; sc in each ch arnd, sl st to join in 1st sc, do not turn (80)
2. Ch 1, BLO sc in each st arnd, sl st to join in 1st sc, do not turn (80)
3-22. Repeat round 2
23. Ch 1, *sk 1, BLO sc x 3* arnd, sl st to join in 1st sc, do not turn (60)

24. Ch 1, BLO sc in each st arnd, sl st to join in 1st sc, do not turn (60)
25-40. Repeat round 24
41. Ch 1, *sk 1, BLO sc x 2* arnd, sl st to join in 1st sc, do not turn (40)
42. Ch 1, BLO sc in each st arnd, sl st to join in 1st sc, do not turn (40)
43-50. Repeat round 42; Fasten at the end of round 50. (40)

FRINGE
Cut 80 – 10.5”/27cm pieces.
Add fringe, two strands at a time, to every other stitch across the bottom.

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Like this cowl? Check out my Poplar Ridge Cowlette, Colosseum Cowl, and Spring Scarfie!

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7 comments:

  1. This was so much fun! I adore these scarves. I want to make them in all the colors! lol :)

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    1. Me too!!! If you happen to do it, make sure to show them to me! LOL! 😉

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  2. Your patterns are wonderful, easy to read and follow, and always beautiful when finished. You are extremely talented and generous. Thank you!

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  3. I love how the pictures look but I think I did something wrong...I followed the pattern to a T and even have the same color and it didn't turn out at all. It barely fit over my head & I have a small head, it was also a lot shorter than the picture. I started with 80 and had the correct number all the way through and actually had 2 extra rows....any advice?

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  4. I love how the pictures look but I think I did something wrong...I followed the pattern to a T and even have the same color and it didn't turn out at all. It barely fit over my head & I have a small head, it was also a lot shorter than the picture. I started with 80 and had the correct number all the way through and actually had 2 extra rows....any advice?

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  5. I love your scarf. Its beautiful. Ty

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