Groundhog Day came with the promise of spring, but with the way the Wisconsin weather has been, you would never know! So it is time to think spring with my new Think Spring Cowl! This lightweight beauty was created using this elegant yarn by Willow Yarns. Verbena was the perfect fiber for this piece with it’s variegated colorway and delicate softness. Even as the temperatures begin to warm up, this on-the-go cowl will be perfect into the cool days of early spring!
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Teacher: Nadia Fuad
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Designed by Nadia Fuad
You *may* sell items made from my pattern, but please reference my website YARNutopia.com.
Please do not copy, sell, and/or post this pattern and claim it as your own.
Materials you will need:
–Willow Yarns Verbena in the color Rose Bush (2 balls–740 yards of yarn)
-G-4.25mm Crochet Hook (Find the hook I used in my video tutorial here!)
-Use a smaller hook to make these smaller
-Use a bigger hook to make these bigger
-Watch the FULL introduction of the video tutorial for frequently asked questions and watch the full video for tips on how to make this smaller or bigger.
-This scarf is 54 inches (137 cm) long without folding. It’s about 8 inches (20 cm) wide.
YO: Yarn Over
Sl st: slip stitch
SC: Single Crochet
HDC: Half Double Crochet
DC: Double Crochet
Puff Stitch: [Yarn Over, Insert Hook into space, Yarn Over, Pull through] 4 times. Yarn Over, pull through 8 loops on your hook, Yarn Over, pull through 2 loops on your hook. Puff made.
V-Stitch: [Double Crochet, Chain 2, Double Crochet] in the same stitch.
If you have any confusion or difficulty with reading this pattern, please watch the video tutorial to have visual instructions.
Ch 46 or any multiple of 6+4
Row 1: DC in 4th Ch and each ch across, turn. (44 sts)
Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as a stitch), Sk the next 3 sts, V-Stitch in the next st, *Ch 2, Sk 2 sts, SC in next st, Ch 2, Sk 2 sts, V-Stitch in the next st, Repeat from * across, ending with Ch 2, SC in last Ch 3 stitch, turn. (7 V-Stitches made)
Row 3: Ch 4 (counts as DC + Ch 1), *[Puff Stitch, Ch 2, Puff Stitch, Ch 2, Puff Stitch] in next V-Stitch, Ch 1, repeat from * across, ending with Ch 1, DC in 2nd ch of Ch 2 Stitch, turn. (21 Puff stitches made)
Row 4: Ch 4 (counts as DC + Ch 1), * [DC in next Ch 2 sp, Ch 1] 2 times, DC in next Ch 1 sp, Ch 1, Repeat from * across ending with Ch 1, DC in 3rd Ch of beginning Ch 4 st, turn. (23 sts)
Row 5: Ch 4, DC in 1st Ch 1 sp, *DC in next DC st, DC in next Ch 1 sp, Repeat from * across ending with DC in 3rd Ch of Ch 4 st, turn. (44 sts)
If your Row 5 has an extra stitch, just be sure to make 44 sts evenly across this row. (see video tutorial for visual instructions)
Rows 6-108: Repeat Rows 2-5 as many times as you want to make this as long as you want. If you are making this into a cowl, end on a repeat of Row 4.
Sew ends together to make infinity scarf style. Weave in all ends.
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The yarn provided for this pattern is courtesy of Willow Yarns