Birgitta Cowl

Issue: Issue 58


Errata Update: Birgitta Cowl

Birgitta Cowl by Lynne Rowe
(find the full pattern in issue 58 of Inside Crochet magazine)

This chunky cowl is worked in a super-soft yarn, creating a luxurious accessory that's quick to make and looks stunning too.

MATERIALS
● Mrs Moon Plump, 80% Merino wool/20% alpaca, 100g/70m/77yds
Shade: Gooseb’ry Fool x 4 balls
● 10mm hook

YARN ALTERNATIVES
You can use any super-chunky weight yarn to achieve a similar effect.

TENSION
Work 3¾ puff sts and 6 rows to measure 10 x 10cm/4 x 4in using 10mm hook, or size required to obtain tension. Exact tension is not essential for this project.

MEASUREMENTS
Finished cowl is 42cm/16½in wide and 29cm/11¼in deep when flat.

DESIGNER BIOGRAPHY
Lynne Rowe is a freelance knit and crochet designer, writer and tutor from Cheshire. To find out more about Lynne’s crochet adventures, read her blog at www.thewoolnest.blogspot.com.


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This pattern is tagged with:

Accessories: Cowl

Age: Adult

Designer: Lynne Rowe

Gender: Female

Price: Magazine Only


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