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The Fleur (Cowl/Neckwarmer)

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : The Fleur (Cowl/Neckwarmer)
The Fleur (Cowl/Neckwarmer) The Fleur: As an asymmetrical cowl
The Fleur (Cowl/Neckwarmer) The Fleur: As a long cowl
The Fleur (Cowl/Neckwarmer) The Fleur: As a short cowl
The Fleur (Cowl/Neckwarmer)
The Fleur (Cowl/Neckwarmer) The Fleur: As a shoulder wrap

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • chain
  • single crochet
  • slip stitch
  • treble crochet
  • back loop only

Pattern Description:

She is ever changing, beautiful and bright. The Fleur is a fun accessory to warm your neck in a variety of ways. The Fleur, a simple combination of Irish crochet stitches, is easy for someone with advanced beginner skills or quick for an experienced crocheter.

I love multi-purpose designs, especially clothing and accessories. By simply changing the fleur-de-lis buttoned into, you can dramatically change the way The Fleur warms your neck. I am also proud of my Irish-German heritage and wanted to start developing more intricate designs from my family's past.

Enjoy!

Gauge:

5" x 5" = 2 motifs per row, 10 rows

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approximately 29" long by 13" wide

Materials:

  • Light Worsted (#3) Yarn; 225 yards (I used Duke Silk Multi by Himalaya Yarns in color SI033)
  • Size G Hook
  • Yarn Needle

You Will Also Need:

  • 5 Half-inch buttons with shanks (I used vintage brass buttons
  • Needle and thread to compliment yarn (for sewing on buttons)

Suggested yarn:

225 yards of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Duke Silk Multi (Himalaya Yarns)

Colorway:

SI033
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Beginner
Crocheting
Accessory
Women
Neckwear
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My Grandma Pfenning taught me to crochet at a young age and was an inspiration to me for as long as I can remember. I love playing with yarn, making snuggly objects and giving gifts to my friends and ...

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