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This large loopy moebius cowl in worsted weight is fast and easy to make. I used a Cat Bordhi Moebius Cast On and a simple drop st pattern. The gauge and size are not critical but this cowl should be stretchy and lacey. The bigger, the better!
Yarn: Malabrigo Worsted Needles: US 8 Pattern: Cast on 30 sts. Row 1 (WS): Slip 1 pwise, purl to end. Row 2: Slip 1 kwise, *YO, K2, pass YO over K2*, repeat from * Repeat these two rows until desired length ending with a purl row. Bind off. Clearly, this stitch pattern will eat up your Malabrigo. I will be using two skeins, because that is all I have. We'll see if it makes a long-enough scarf. On Ravelry
I taught a few people how to crochet up here and they watched me crochet both monster blankets and were fascinated by the waffle stitch, I have to admit, it's pretty great. It took me quite a while to learn it because I couldn't find a really good tutorial. So since a couple friends who…
Worn as a shoulderwarmer or a cowl, this floral crochet neckpiece is simultaneously warm and delicate. One size Finished Measurements Approximately 26” around top edge x 39” around lower edge x 17” high Materials 3 Hanks Berroco Flicker (50 grs), #3305 Siegfried Crochet hooks, sizes 3.75 mm (F-5) and 4.00 mm (G-6) OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE Tapestry needle Gauge Square Motif (top row) = 3½” across after steaming TO SAVE TIME, TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE
Interweave’s Description: Chain loops are worked like crochet broomstick lace to form this richly textured scarf, reminiscent of a multistranded necklace. Wear it as a simple loop, or twisted infinity-wise for added interest; doubled around the neck, it becomes a luxurious cowl. Lengthen or shorten it by altering the number of “broomstick” rows.