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Are you there, Fall? It’s me, Lisa! I am crocheting and knitting all of the things for you, so please visit as soon as possible. I enjoy the cool mornings when I walk my kiddo to school, but I want you to BITE!
This super simple cowl is the perfect accompaniment to the wrist warmer pattern I shared, last year: Rube. It’s made with the same woven stitch and you alternate colors every row to get sweet sweet vertical stripes! I used Lion Brand Amazing for an extra special color changing treat.
Fits average adult.
Measures 10″ tall by 10.5″ wide, flat & un-stretched.
7 sts x 16 rounds = 4″ in woven stitch
Abbreviations (US terminology)
Slst: slip stitch
SC: single crochet
With color A, Ch 80, join with a slst into first ch, being careful not two twist.
Round 1: Ch 1, SC in same sp, Ch 1, sk 1 ch, *SC in next ch, Ch 1, sk 1 ch; rep from * around, slst to first sc.
Round 2: Slst into first ch-1 sp, switching to next color, Ch 1, SC in same sp, Ch 1, *SC in next ch-1 sp, Ch 1; rep from * around, slst to first sc.
Repeat round 2 to desired height. I stopped at approximately 9″, ending with color A, fasten off color B.
Top picot edge: Still working with color A, Slst into first ch-1 sp, Ch 1, SC in same sp, Ch 3, slst into first ch, SC in next ch-1 sp, Ch 1, *SC in next ch-1 sp, Ch 3, slst into first ch, SC in next ch-1 sp, Ch 1; rep from * around, slst into first SC. Fasten off.
Attach color A into a ch-sp made by the foundation chain, Ch 1, then work like top picot edge, starting with the “SC in same sp…”
Fasten off and weave in all ends.
Me, when I first crocheted it, back in FEBRUARY!
There will be a visible “seam” where the rounds end and new color is joined. It looks more visible in photos than it does in person!
If you want a downloadable PDF of the pattern, check it out on Instructables!. Click “vote” at the top right corner of the page to help me out. :)Pin It