Lacy Cowl in Broomstick and Puff

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Lacy Cowl in Broomstick and Puff Pattern


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Crocheting: Lacy Cowl in Broomstick and Puff
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Girls



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • chain, single crochet, puff stitch, broomstick lace

Pattern Description:

This is an adorable cowl. With a short repeated pattern, you can make this as long as you like.

Video tutorial for the broomstick lace and puff stitch are included! Whether you're new to broomstick lace or just need a refresher...we've got you covered.

This pattern includes:
Cowl pattern
Scarf pattern
How-to tassel instructions
How-to video for special stitches

This pattern includes instructions for making a rectangular scarf with tassles!

These scarves whip up really fast because of the tall and delicate broomstick lace stitches.

The pattern repeats and is easy to memorize. We've listed it at intermediate because it incorporates broomstick lace. But it's really quite simple if you know how to crochet those stitches.

You're eyes may deceive you. This looks like knitting...but it's 100% crochet! You will crochet around a #17 and #50 knitting needle.

It's a lot of fun. You may want to pick up some extra yarn...cause your friends and family are sure to request this scarf!

You have permission to sell or give away your finished handiwork as long as credit is given to


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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 5" x 24" folded in half


  • yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • Hooks: F and H
  • Needles: #17 and #50

Suggested yarn:

185 yards of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Sensations: Enchantment

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About Designer

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Yarnovations designs innovative crochet patterns for Yarnivore's. This is not your grandmother's crochet!

We are the Yarn Twins, Deborah Bagley and Dana Bincer. We have been crocheting since the mid 1980's...when our grandmother taught us how to crochet. But we didn't honestly crochet much until 2010.

We gravitate to fun, whimsical, realistic type designs. Maybe they're a little quirky, ...

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