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Azure Skies Crochet Cowl Pattern
"The Azure Skies Crochet Cowl Pattern is the second in the series I have designed for those in-between days when you don’t want the bulk or weight of a longer cowl, but still need a layer of warmth around your neck, or to fold into a lightweight jacket or cardigan, with a pop of colour. Azure Skies has the same lovely broomstick lace crochet stitch as my Dolly Mixture Sweetie Crochet Cowl Pattern, adding to the texture, achieved by using a 15mm needle and a 5.5mm crochet hook. It was a bit of a happy accident that the colour changes lend themselves so well to the number of stitches used for each row."
Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Finished Size41” long and 7” wide
- King Cole Sprite DK Rhodes
- 5.5mm crochet hook
- 15mm knitting needle
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May 14, 2017
Such gorgeous colors and a very beautiful pattern make this cowl very special. As a cowl and shawl addict (and afghans and baskets and chocolate too, lol!) this one is definitely on my Must Make list. I prefer a cowl to be close fitting, as opposed to hanging down loose, so may either change the pattern or perhaps just loop it once more around my neck.
May 05, 2017
Instructions for this pattern are written using UK crochet terms, but I am hoping that it wont be too difficult to translate them to English terms. The blue shades in this cowl are very serene and have a calming effect. Those are actually good colors to use. I will use that palette also.
May 02, 2017
Oh My Gosh this Azure Skies Crochet Cowl Pattern is so beautiful! I love doing the Broomstick Lace and in this pattern it really brings out the beauty of the stitch. The yarn color used in this pattern is so nice with the self striping in shades of blue. I will be making this one with the written pattern right here on this page or you can click the tab to go to another page for the bloggers pattern, either way you get a great written and easy to understand pattern. Great for spring, summer or fall, it's a must have. Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful crochet pattern.
Apr 29, 2017
This is so, so pretty! If you have never done broomstick lace stitching, then no fear. There is a link to a video tutorial from Moogly right on the pattern page. It may take a little while to get the hang of it, but the end result will be worth it! It should be loose, light, and airy. Not bulky at all.
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