For me this beautiful neck warmer embodies timeless romance, and charm. I’m a bit of an “old soul” and go weak in the knees for anything lacy, and feminine (don’t get me started on frills and ruffles!). This piece is modern enough to go with today’s latest fashions, but is reminiscent of a by-gone-era of socials at the lighthouse and walks in the rose garden. It’s a perfect accessory for date night, or any special occasion. Complete the set with the Ribbons and Grace Bootcuffs.
4mm (G) hook
Fray-check or clear nail polish
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
14 stitches to 4″.Measurements:
Finished cowl should be 7″ high, by 18″ (Child) 20″ (Small/Medium) and 22″ (Large).
-Stitching in the “3rd loop” of hdc. Work all stitches for the round in the 3rd loop of the hdc from previous round (located at the back of the stitch). If you get stuck, please watch this awesome tutorial video by Moogly.
-Pattern can be made larger by increasing in multiples of 6, but beware that you will need to follow petal loop instructions for small, and large neck warmer if your chain number is not divisible by 12.
Child size: ch 66
Small/Medium: ch 72
Large: ch 78
ch number of stitches for the neck warmer size you want. Join with sl st to first ch.
in the next ch 3 loop, sl st into next ch 3 loop* Join with sl st to first petal
creating a picot, 2 sc in next ch 1 space, 2 sc in next ch 1 space. Sl st into sl st from round 19 between the petals* Join with sl st to first petal
Weave ribbon through row 15. Tie a pretty bow, leaving plenty of room for the cowl to stretch over your head. Cut ends to the desired length, and coat with fray-check or clear nail polish.
I love seeing finished projects you have made from this pattern! Here is a link to the pattern on Ravelry. You can bookmark it there, and add pictures.