River Stones Infinity Cowl


River Stones Infinity Cowl

River Stones Infinity Cowl
River Stones Infinity Cowl

"If you’ve ever stood beside a clear flowing river in the sunlight you may find yourself mesmerised by the light reflecting off the smooth stones below. This light weight infinity Cowl reminds me of such moments - it is comprised of bead stitches, double and triple crochet stitches. This is made with a light weight yarn (DK), making it a great accessory as the seasons change. The pattern is written instructions with descriptions of any special stitches."


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge20 Sc x 16 rows = 4 inches.

Finished Size52 inches around, 5 inches wide

Materials List

  • Approximately 265 Yards of Cove yarn by Northern Bay Fibres™ (85% polwarth wool, %15 silk 100g, 295 yards); DK weight, colour Stormy Sea.
  • Or 265 yards of any dk weight yarn
  • 3.75 mm crochet hook.

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RichTexturedCrochet is a great name for this designers creations, because that certainly does describe this interesting cowl. The project is worked in two separate sections, i.e. the center is worked first and then the decorative edge added to finish. The center section is worked across the width, so you can make it any length youd like. I love the variegated yarn, but the texture is so distinct it would work with a dark solid, too.

This is a quite interesting and intricate stitch pattern. It does not look like it is done with a DK weight yarn. It looks like a chunkier yarn. The colors are indeed serene. I would say that this is one of the prettiest cowls I have seen in a while. A great gift idea for any of my girlfriends.


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