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Blossom Stitch Hooded Cowl Scarf Crochet Pattern by CrochetNCrafts.com

Blossom Stitch Hooded Cowl Scarf Crochet Pattern by CrochetNCrafts.com. The crochet cowl can be worn as a long scarf, as a hooded cowl, or as a cozy cowl wrapped around the neck. It is easy to adjust in size from child to adult large. #crochet #cowl #scarf #hoodedcowl #freecrochetpattern #crochetncrafts

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Bufanda de hojas en relieve 3D en crochet (Patron) - Crochetisimo

Ya se acerca el invierno y debemos prepararnos con nuestras prendas en crochet! Hoy les traemos esta hermosa bufanda con un diseño de hojas en...

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Free Knitting Pattern! - Bridger Cowl

This cowl is SUPER fast, uses worsted weight or Aran yarn and a U.S. size 10 circular needle. You begin the cowl in the center front and work flat while making the simple repeating lace pattern, then you will join and work in the round. This cowl is warm, squishy and makes a wonderful gift or craft fair item. Make one (or two!) in a day. If you want to download/print pattern you can scroll down past the pictures and it is available there too. (English, Spanish, Polish and Portuguese versions). Tools / Materials: Worsted or Aran weight yarn, approx. 150 yds. U.S. size 10 (6mm) circular needle. (I used a 24" length) Gauge: 14 sts / 20 rows = 4" in stockinette st. Abbreviations: K=Knit P=Purl CO=Cast on yo=yarn over rep=repeat sts=stitches PM=place marker RM=remove marker beg=beginning Reference: Cast on at beginning of the row, otherwise known as the knitted cast-on. Tutorial Video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdaZTBOJ7XU Directions: You will start out working flat (back and forth), later at #20, you will join and begin working in the round. 1. CO 4 sts using long tail cast on. *note you will use the Long-tail cast-on here only, for the rest of the pattern when you cast on at the beg of the row, please do as directed. Please see reference above for video. 2. Knit 3. CO 4 sts @ beg of row, k4, yo, k2tog, k2. (8 sts) 4. CO 4 sts @ beg of row, k4,* yo, k2tog, k2, rep from * to end. (12 sts) 5-14. Rep row 4 until you have 52 sts. 15. CO 4 sts @ beg of row, K4, *yo, k2tog, k2, rep from * 1x more, PM, k until last 12 sts,*yo, k2tog, k2, rep from * to end. (56 sts) 16. CO 4 sts @ beg of row, K4, *yo, k2tog, k2, rep from * 1x more, PM, k until last 12 sts, RM, *yo, k2tog, k2, rep from * to end. (60 sts) 17-19. Repeat row 16 until you have 72 sts. Place marker and join, you are now working in the round. 20. Purl round. (remove other marker when you come to it. You will now only need the marker that marks the beginning of your circle). 21. Knit every row until pc measures 11” (measure from cast on point to needle). 22. Purl round. 23. Knit round. 24. Purl round. 25-26 Rep rows 23 & 24 once more. 27. Bind off knitwise. * Blue varigated yarn is Jojoland Fantasia. the green is Berroco Remix. To get a printable pattern, click on the link below, then choose your language Bridger Cowl Patterns Back to Pattern Index

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Hooded Scarf Pattern, Celine Knit Hooded Infinity Scarf Pattern #802, Knitting Scarf PATTERN, Digital Download PDF Pattern

Just in time for Fall the gorgeous and cozy Montreal knit hooded infinity scarf pattern #32 with a delicate hood that can be worn up or down. You will be p

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This beautifully textured cowl uses the Celtic Weave (also known as the Diagonal Weave stitch) to create a woven statement piece you will love creating and wearing.

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Sweet Cream Infinity Scarf - Cute & Cozy Crochet

The sweet cream infinity scarf is a quick and easy crochet pattern. It uses chunky yarn and keeps you warm and cozy during the cold winter months.

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Divine Drape Cowl

Divine Drape Cowl If this cowl is one thing, it's a summer-to-autumn wardrobe staple that would look great in any color, at virtually any length. And if it's two things, it's also yet another one of my attempts at the absolute perfect cowl design: not too bulky around the back of the neck, but with enough fun in the front to attract some attention. And heck, while we're at it - why not make it THREE things -- or in other words, your next project? ;) Yarn: Premier Yarns Cotton Fair (52% Cotton, 48% Acrylic; 317 yards [290 meters]/100 grams); #27-09 Lavender - one skein The main stitch pattern. Airy and pretty, no? Needles: Straight needles in size US 3, straight needles in size US 4, straight needles in size US 8, and straight needles in size US 5 for provisional cast-on Notions: Tapestry needle Gauge: 23 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette on size US 4 needles So let's make a cowl! Using your size 5 needles and a length of scrap yarn, then, cast on 35 stitches provisionally. Transfer work to your size 4 needles and knit two transition rows, as follows: Transition Row 1 (wrong side): purl Transition Row 2: knit Knit these two transition rows, and then transfer work to your size 3 needles and we'll work a ribbing for a bit, like so: Ribbing Row 1 (wrong side): p1, * k1, p1; rep from * until you reach the end of the row Ribbing Row 2: k1, * p1, k1 * Knit ribbing rows 1 & 2 until piece measures roughly 7.5" and you've just finished a right side row. Transfer work back to your size US 4 needles. Then we'll work a few more transition rows, as follows. You'll need the following notation to continue: lifted increase (li): insert right-hand needle straight through the middle of the next stitch in the row below, and knit; then knit the stitch on your needle normally And once you're clear on that, continue like so: Transition Row 1 (wrong side): purl Transition Row 2: knit Transition Row 3: purl Transition Row 4: knit Transition Row 5: purl Transition Row 6: * li * (70 stitches) Transition Row 7: purl Work transition rows 1 - 7. Transfer work to your size US 8 needles, and then we'll begin the main pattern, which is Rick Rib from page 260 of Barbara G. Walker's A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns, and goes like so: Row 1 (right side): k1, * yo, slip 1 stitch purlwise with yarn in back, k1, pass slipped stitch over (psso); rep from *; end k1 Row 2: p1, * yo, slip 1 stitch purlwise with yarn in front, p1, psso; rep from *; end p1 Knit rows 1 & 2 until piece measures roughly 24" (of course you can also make it longer), and you've just finished a right-side row. Transfer work back to your size 4 needles. Then we'll work some final transition rows, which you'll find below: Transition Row 1 (wrong side): purl Transition Row 2: * k2tog * (35 stitches) Transition Row 3: purl Transition Row 4: knit Knit transition rows 1 - 4. Leave working stitches on one needle, and then transfer your provisional cast-on stitches back to your other size 4 needle. Using the Kitchener stitch, graft. Tuck in ends, and, if desired, block (but I wouldn't stretch out the back ribbing, since having it all folded up nicely is the point!).

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Crochet Scarf PATTERN - Posh Puffs Infinity Scarf - Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern - DIY Circle Scarf - Puff Stitch Scarf Pattern

The Posh Puffs Infinity Scarf is created with a large hook (size N) and worsted weight yarn. The design features rows of puff stitches and chains for a beautiful, on-trend texture. Hobby Lobby’s “I Love This Yarn” works great for this pattern. The finished scarf will measure approximately 60” around and 7” wide. Materials: I Love This Yarn (worsted weight) yarn - 1 skein solids or 2 skeins print (Prima Ballerina shown) Size N – 9mm Crochet Hook Yarn needle for weaving in ends This listing is for a PDF crochet pattern, not a finished scarf. When you purchase the listing, you will be able to instantly download the PDF pattern file.

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Knit Yourself a Crochet Scarf - thefashiontamer.com

A scarf can be used as a muffler, neck wrap or just as piece of fabric to make a style statement. These can be worn around the waist and head as well. You can make their own scarf by Crochet. Desired

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