Today I would like to share an easy crochet pattern with you for a lace cowl that is excellent to wear in sunny weather.
Summer is just around the corner so it’s time to enjoy some lightweight projects! Sunny Lace Cowl is a stylish and casual accessory suitable to any occassion.
I adored making this crochet cowl and I am more than delighted with the end result.
This yarn is very delicate and that’s why the cowl is light and airy. This was my first time using this yarn and I think it goes really nicely with the lacy pattern.
For such a simple pattern, it gives lovely effect on any spring or summer day.
Although this is listed as laceweight, feel free to substitute any fingering weight yarn you want.
Sunny Lace Cowl is a great beginner lace project that is simple to memorize and quick to finish.
I have given instruction in Notes below to change the width\length depending on the amount of yarn you have or your personal preferences.
A long size cowl create an airy infinity scarf and a smaller one would be a great last-minute gift. It’s worked flat, blocked and then grafted together to create a loop.
If you want to share your wips and finished shawl on social media, please, use hashtag #mycrochetory and #sunnylacecowl.
Alright, ready to make your beautiful new crochet lace cowl off? Let’s do it!
Materials & Tools:
- Yarn Malabrigo Yarn Lace 50g = 430m, 100% Wool – Baby Merino, 1 skein. Total use 40g. For the shawl sample I used Frank Ochre colorway.
- Hook size 2,5 mm. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
- Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends)
Gauge after blocking:
After 16 rows cowl is aprrox. 10cm/4in long. Gauge is not crucial for this project. However, changes might result in a different yardage requirements and the finished size.
Size after blocking:
158cm long (before seamed up into circle), 18 wide
- The pattern uses US Terminology
- The cowl is worked flat and seamed to create a loop.
- Ch1 and ch3 in the beginning of each row do not count as a stitches, so first single crochet or double crochet of each row is made in last stitch of previous row.
- To increase the width of this cowl, add multiples of 18 stitches.
- To increase the length of this cowl, add more rows.
Stitches & Abbreviations (US terms):
ch – chain stitch
tch – turning chain stitch (doesn’t count as a sc)
tch3 – turning 3 chains stitch (doesn’t count as a dc)
st(s) – stitch(es)
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
rep – repeat
Instructions in square bracelets […] are worked as many times as indicated
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Row 1: dc in 5th ch from hook, dc in next ch, [ch3, skip 2ch, sc in next ch, ch5, skip 3ch, sc in next 3ch, ch5, skip 3ch, sc in next ch, ch3, skip 2ch, dc in next 3ch] rep 3 times in total. Turn. (12dc, 15sc, 6 ch-3 spaces and 6 ch-5 spaces)
Row 2: tch1 (doesn’t count as a sc here and throughout), sc in 3dc, [ch5, sc in ch-5 space, ch3, dc in 3sc, ch3, sc in ch-5 space, ch5, sc in 3dc] rep 3 times in total. Turn. (9dc, 18sc, 6 ch-3 spaces and 6 ch-5 spaces)
Row 3: tch3 (doesn’t count as a sc here and throughout), dc in 3sc, [ch3, sc in ch-5 space, ch5, sc in 3dc, ch5, sc in ch-5 space, ch3, dc in 3sc] rep 3 times in total. Turn. (12dc, 15sc, 6 ch-3 spaces and 6 ch-5 spaces)
Repeat Rows 2-3 until Row 244 or desired length.
Fasten off yarn, weave in all ends, block your cowl and seam to create a loop.
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