Yes, I know, this post is late (again). However, this time I have the really fantastic excuse of having had a baby throwing up yesterday, which is pretty much a get-out-of-jail-free card for anything. But he’s fine today, so I’m only one day late!
This cowl goes so quickly. You could almost do it in your sleep. I actually made it bigger than I wanted, and ripped it all out and started over, and it still only took a quarter or two of the Super Bowl. I used one ball of bulky yarn, which was plenty big- and you know I love my one-ball projects!
Here’s what I used:
- 1 skein Deborah Norville Serenity Chunky Weight in Stormy
- A size P-15 crochet hook (10 mm)
- A large-eyed needle
I used the Openwork Crocheted Cowl pattern from the Lion Brand site; just click the link to go straight to the pattern. (You may need to have an account and be logged in to view it.)
Here’s what the double crochets look like close up:
Note: I added a few chains to the foundation row because my yarn was little thinner than the yarn pattern calls for (bulky, instead of super bulky).