Welcome to a new year and a new Sustainable Craft Challenge. This year this group made some changes. It is not a requirement to reference Pinterest. But I do have a Pin that this is based on the cowl found here. I did mine in the moss stitch, which is doing single crochet and chain 1, the single crochet is done in the chain 1 spaces.
I used the yarn I already had in my stash. I had Comfy Cotton Blend yarn left over. I didn’t make my foundation row long enough. Instead of ripping it out, I extended a few inches on the end. It was going to be covered up anyway when the other end was going to be laid over it. One end of the scarf is laid over the other end and is secured at the lower end with a round of single crochet. I finish it off with my favorite edging.
Check out the video for a closer look:
I am looking forward to seeing what everyone else in the group has done.
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What a lovely crochet neck cowl, Julie! It's a beautiful pattern, perfect to keep you warm!ReplyDelete
This is so pretty! It looks like it would keep you nice & warm. It's always great hopping with you! Pinned!ReplyDelete
How pretty and elegant! I would love wearing this!ReplyDelete
I love a good cowl! I really like that colors in the yarn, and the edging is super cute!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful cowl, there is nothing more satisfying than using materials from ones stash!ReplyDelete
What pretty yarn you used. Lovely edging too. This will be a great transition from winter to spring cowl too.ReplyDelete
That looks both comfy and warm and pretty too.ReplyDelete