Vintage Crochet Corsage Cowl
When winter is melting away and spring is around the corner, a fresh and simple crochet pattern brightens up any day. Working up a Vintage Crochet Corsage Cowl is the best way to welcome in springtime because as the flowers bloom, so does your project. This pretty, lacy crochet cowl is perfect for throwing on over a t-shirt or a lightweight dress to get in the mood for the warm weather ahead. A trio of easy crochet roses adds an extra pop of color that everyone looks for after the grey days of winter, and the contrast between the green and purple looks beautiful on any spring day.
Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)
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Dec 14, 2017
Love the colours!
Oct 06, 2017
This is less a cowl for warmth and more of an outfit/wardrobe accessory to be used almost like a necklace. It is this beautiful piece of artwork, made from super lightweight sock yarn, and worked up using a series of double crochets and skip chains. This is perfect for the office and for date night. Thank you for this feminine pattern.
Dec 06, 2016
This is just lovely with the flowers and buttons. Just change the colors and it can be adapted for any time of the year. It is vintage but also up to date looking. I'm thinking red with white flowers for Christmas.
Oct 27, 2016
This sweet little cowl has a vintage feel and would make an excellent gift for anyone from your grandma to your child's teacher. It's quick and doesn't take up a lot of yarn. It's completely customizable, using any colour palate. I think it would look very vintage-y made in creams, tans and browns!
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