Shooting Star Stitch Cowl


Work up this Shooting Star Stitch Cowl for a super colorful and unique crochet accessory. It uses the broomstick lace technique and creates star or daisy designs in between blocks of the crochet scarf. By using a multi-colored yarn, you end up with a striped look, which is how the shooting stars are created. Basically, the end design of this crochet cowl pattern looks so much more complicated than it actually is to work up, which makes it worth it. Impress your friends by trying out this fun design!


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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Boy oh boy, is this an impressive piece of artwork! I am loving the black as the main color with those pops of vibrant colors. I myself have not done this broomstick lace technique, but it looks amazing. Surprisingly, it requires a fairly small amount of yarn. Talk about a lofty goal! To be able to come up with a pattern like this is...well, you've gotta be one smart cookie.

This is a very beautiful Shooting Star Stitch Cowl! The pattern is very well written and easy to follow. I'm not to sure I'd use the darker yarn for mine, I'll go lighter and hope it turns out just as well as the picture. I like the idea of using broom stick lace and the star stitch together. It looks so good together.. Thank you so much for this free pattern..


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