The Spring Iris Cowl


The Spring Iris Cowl

The Spring Iris Cowl
The Spring Iris Cowl

"The Spring Iris Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This is a great lightweight spring cowl style scarf perfect for beginners and it makes up quickly. This lacy cowl pattern is a lighter style circle cowl scarf made with a medium worsted weight (4) yarn and it looks so elegant and is super trendy. You can make this Spring Iris Cowl free crochet pattern with the Iris Crochet Stitch, which uses the double crochet stitch and ch stitches to create the clusters."

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Hey there crochet enthusiasts! We're back with more exciting pattern recommendations for you. If you loved working on the beautiful Spring Iris Cowl, we've got a few more suggestions to keep your crochet hook busy and your creativity flowing. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced crocheter, we've got something for everyone.

If you're a fan of cowls, why not try the Summer Breeze Infinity Scarf? With its lightweight and airy design, it's perfect for those warmer months. The repeating stitch pattern gives it a lovely texture, and you can experiment with various colors to match your summer wardrobe. This project is ideal for crocheters of intermediate skill level and makes for a thoughtful gift for friends and family.

For our more advanced crocheters, we have the Autumn Leaves Hat. As the weather starts to cool down, this hat will keep you warm and stylish. The intricate leaf motif adds a touch of nature-inspired beauty to your accessory collection. It's a great opportunity to challenge your skills and work on more complex stitch combinations. You can customize the hat with different colors for a variety of autumn vibes.

If you're a beginner looking for a rewarding project, we recommend the Winter Wonderland Blanket. This cozy and snuggly throw will keep you warm during those chilly winter nights. The pattern consists of simple stitches, making it perfect for those who are new to crochet. Plus, you can get creative with color combinations and create your own winter wonderland.

We hope these recommendations excite you as much as they do us! Remember, whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, there's always something new to learn and create in the world of crochet. Stay tuned for more pattern suggestions and happy hooking!


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge3 Iris Stitch clusters and 6 rows = 4” (10 cm)

Finished SizeFinished Scarf Size: 21”-22“/ 53-56 cm in circumference approximately. 11” / 27-29cm wide 9.5” /24cm tall.

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