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My name is Luz Mendoza and I am originally from Spain, from the beautiful Island of Tenerife, I moved to the UK over 17 years ago and live in London with my better half a wonderful english man and my ...

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Crochet pattern, lace cowl (118)

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Crochet pattern, lace cowl (118)
Crochet pattern, lace cowl (118)
Crochet pattern, lace cowl (118)
Crochet pattern, lace cowl (118)
Crochet pattern, lace cowl (118)
Crochet pattern, lace cowl (118)

Pattern Description:

As always you are welcome to sell your work from this pattern

This is a infinite scarf/cowl with a lovely lace pattern, I choice aran weight (worsted weight) yarn because I love how this yarn makes the delicate lace look very chunky and modern.

I found this lace stitch so addictive I have to make the cowl and the arm warmers! I have taken lots of pictures of the stitch to guide you through it, this is a photo tutorial crochet pattern, with plenty of pictures to help you with the lace stitches, but I have marked this pattern as a intermediate level.

You will need:
300gr of Worsted weight yarn
Size hook H (5 mm) for the arm warmers (Optional a J hook for the foundation chain, refer to pattern note 1)
Tapestry needle and cotton thread of matching colour (Optional refer to the finishing your work section.)

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9 sts and 8 rounds = 2"

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