Enchanted Orchid Cowl

Enchanted Orchid Cowl

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The pretty pastel color of this Enchanted Orchid Cowl makes it a great pattern to make for spring. This free crochet scarf pattern is quick and easy to make, so get started right now and you'll be done before you know it. Treat yourself to this trendy fashion item, or make one for a friend. It's a great item to add to anyone's wardrobe because it can be worn year-round as a stylish accessory.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This was so easy to work up. I did substitute a Foundation Double Crochet for the first row and just left a tail long enough to sew the first together. I also chose a solid color yarn (soft pink) to better show off the details of the stitch pattern. While the stitches are repetitive within the row, they do change from row to row (bouncing between Single, Double, and Triple Crochet). While I wouldnt recommend a variegated yarn, a subtle ombre would look very nice.

First thing about this cowl is the fact that is uses a widely available and inexpensive yarn! I can't tell you how much that means to a person who is budget minded like myself. I rarely splurge on expensive yarns, rather I try to get the most for my money while still having the quality, softness, and look. Also, the cowl hangs at just the right level on the chest. Very nicely done!

I made this scarf on Christmas Eve for my sister and gave it to her on Christmas morning and she was thrilled I used Caron Simply Soft Yarn as I do for any item that will be worn against the skin because it is so soft and luxurious and has a beautiful sheen This yarn drapes beautifully It seems to only get softer with each wash This particular pattern worked up very quickly and was easy to follow It is also a very pretty pattern in spite of it's simplicity I also loved crocheting it in the round rather than sewing the ends together when it was finished I will enjoy making this pretty scarf for lots of my friends and family And I will try to convert other scarf or cowl patterns into crochet in the round from now on Thank you so much Brittany for sharing your lovely patternRead More and technique with me I genuinely appreciate it Happy Holidays

I love cowls and I love the colour purple its just amazing like I can't express how much I love it if yu know what I mean lol

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