Sea Blues Cowl


"This lovely crochet cowl is crocheted with 2 balls of light weight yarn and a 4 mm (G) hook. This is a great weekend project. Just add a little Netflix and you can relax and crochet :) The simple pattern repeat is easy to remember and the finished project is light and feminine. The edging is reversible and worked on both the top and bottom edge of the cowl. This makes the project easy-to-wear. You can even fold the edging over and still have a finished look. Crocheted in rounds, with a tutorial to show you how to make an almost invisible color change, this project will make a fantastic gift. This is my April Scarf of the Month Club Pattern."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge7 repeats = 4 inches
in *2 dc, ch 1**

Finished SizeCircumference: 28 inches Height: 7.5 inches

Materials List

  • Cleckheaton Australian Superfine Merino

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Yay! Im actually working up a Scarf of the Month in the month and year that it was posted! This interesting number from Oombawka Design so that means a .pdf download, loads of helpful hints and links to tutorials, and a well tested project. Did I mention theres also an embedded instructional video for the Waistcoat Stitch? This is one designer who pulls out all the stops to make sure youre successful when working her projects.

Let's hear it for the April scarf of the month, a reversible cowl neck scarf in the most serene blue tones -) You should know this is not a chunky cowl, but rather a lightweight type- a "3" yarn is used, which is sometimes called sport weight or DK weight. It's got a great sporty look to wear over your casual puffer coats for when you go out skiing!


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