I am so very excited to be sharing this latest patten with you! The Seafoam Cowl Wrap is (in my own humble opinion) one of the loveliest pieces I’ve had the pleasure of designing. When I spied this yarn in my local yarn shop, I simply had to have it. The colour, the fiber, everything about it was just calling out to me. And there was just enough in stock for me to make a cowl wrap. A word about the yarn. It’s not one I had ever worked with before, but I absolutely loved it. It drapes beautifully and felt like a working with a spun cloud. I can’t wait to get more of it!
You may be wondering, What is a cowl wrap? It’s a simple piece, a cowl that can also double as a wrap by pulling it down over your shoulders so it hugs you. This piece is extremely functional in keeping the chill off your neck on a cooler night as you enjoy a drink on the patio, and also as a way of dressing up an outfit too, perhaps as you do a little shopping downtown. I think this would look sweet over a little black dress. Or cozy and chic under a jean or leather jacket. There are just so many ways to wear this piece! Play around with it and have fun.
Seafoam Cowl Wrap
2 skeins of Diamond Luxury Mulberry Linen, in Colour 11
4.00mm (G) hook
Stitches (US Terms)
Hdc-half double crochet
V-Stitch-In same st, dc, ch 1 and dc.
Camel Stitch-In the back of the hdc from previous row, insert hook into third loop of this stitch. That is, the loop below the front loop. If worked correctly, it should create a braid like effect.
I’m happy to announce that soon I’ll be launching my own Ravelry store. I’ve been hoping to grow the blog for some time now, and this is the first step. And as a pre-launch, I’m sharing today’s pattern with you via a down able PDF. Want to grab the PDF? Click here. It’s free. And rest assured that Pretty In Crochet will always share free patterns as well 🙂
A quick note before I sign off, this is the last pattern in the Sunny Days Crochet Collection. I hope you’ve enjoyed the patterns I’ve brought to you this month. It’s been fun creating these pieces and I hope you are continuing to grow in your craft, as I am.
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