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Updated Version: 58” Circumference x 25” Deep x (147 cm x 63.5 cm), blocked
Original Version: 30” Circumference x 16.25” Deep x (76 cm x 41.5 cm), blocked
Expression Fiber Arts Oasis Camel Silk Fingering yarn
Updated version shown in colors: Latent Hues Oasis Fingering. Colors were worked from lightest to darkest.
The updated sample shown used approximately 800 yds/732 m total: Color A: 255 yds/233 m, Color B: 330 yds/302 m, and Color C: 215 yds/197 m.
The original version used two skeins (640 yds/585 m) of our discontinued Cashmere Silk Fingering yarn in color Harbor, but this cowl can be made in any fingering weight yarn.
If those colors aren’t available, any from this category will work.
Updated Version: US size 7 (4.5 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
Original Version: US G (4.0 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
Beginner - Perfect for those who are just beginning or who have crocheted a project or two. Concepts include triple (treble) crochet, chaining, skipping stitches, and changing colors.
Notes from the Designer:
A simple, lovely cowl that drapes and shimmers and can be made in a few hours. Great for last-minute gifts or for tossing on with all your favorite outfits! You’ll want to make one in every color!
I hope that when you crochet this cowl you feel transported to a place of peace and tranquility. Immerse yourself in the rhythm of your hook, the soft feel of the fiber, and the harmony of your colors. Let this project become a sanctuary of calm and restoration. As you work this pattern, it will provide a respite from those things that trouble you and give you a sense of solace like the shelter of a safe harbor.
- The updated sample shown used approximately 800 yds/732 m total: Color A: 255 yds/233 m, Color B: 330 yds/302 m, and Color C: 215 yds/197 m.
- The original version used two skeins (640 yds/585 m) of our discontinued Cashmere Silk Fingering yarn in color Harbor, but this cowl can be made in any fingering weight yarn.
- The original version was made with the yarn held double, but the updated version was made holding one strand throughout.
- Gauge is not crucial to this project, but will affect yardage and size.
- The cowl is a multiple of 6. The original version used a starting chain of 132 sts.
Designed by Chandi Agee and the Expression Fiber Arts Design Team
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Looking forward to making this sweet accessory for gal and winter in Canada.
another easy pattern will be doing this for christmas presents when the time comes
I'm very happy with this sweet pattern for a soft and light cowl. I wear cowls all year around because I'm cold no matter what the outdoors is like. Very sweet. I have lots of patterns from Expression Fiber Arts and I'm never disappointed. TY
Gorgeous pattern! Thank you, Chandi and team!
I'm still waiting for my yarn, but this pattern appears to be well written. I know I will love wearing this cowl when it is finished.
I'm still waiting for my yarn to make this pattern, but it sure looks gorgeous. I know I will love it.
I've already crocheted 2 and I love them! (they're gifts for this winter). So eaaasy to make!
I watch the You Tube channel and love the instructions of the patterns
I just love this scarf - I made it in Olive green Noro (Silk/Mohair/Wool) for a dear friend and she literally gasped when she saw it. :-) I plan to make at least one more with different yarn and color. I consider this a pretty easy pattern that yields an impressive and beautiful result.
Love these speedy knits! Especially with the touch of lace. Great instructions.
This pattern is so cute. It's easy to follow, and you can do so much with it. I love it.
Easy to follow and finished product is beautiful.
Easy to understand and looks great when finished.
Very cute pattern, thank you
this is a very versatile pattern and so much can be done with it!
Beautiful, very easy I used 1 skein Stitch Studio pattern was very easy to follow. Will be making more. Thank you for the free pattern
I really enjoyed crocheting this pattern. It was easy to understand and I was able to work this up in one week.
I really haven't made this one yet, as I am still a beginner, but I am quite sure it will be gorgeous when I fianally make it. Thank you.
Very easy to follow, end product beautiful!
It's my very first project and I made it quickly (2 days). I like finish look of it, It's pretty cool.
made this for a friend who loved it
I love this pattern. Light enough to wear all day. Pretty enough to dress up any outfit.
Great scarf works up quickly
I just started this last night - only on row four but the instructions are easy to follow. I'm making it with one strand of Lion Brand Ice Cream as I wanted to try the pattern with a less expensive yarn first. I added about 30 more chains ( thanks for giving me the multiples - wish more pattern designers would do that) to get the size needed. I think this pattern will work up quickly. Then I'm going to try it with some more expensive yarn. Thanks Chandi.
Love this pattern!! It is very easy to read and works up wonderful.
I received the pattern for our 86 year old crocheter to make maybe for me
I really can't thank Chandi enough for sharing her well-written, easy-to-understand patterns with all of us -- and for free too!!! Thank you, thank you!!!
This turned out so beautifully! It was fairly easy quick to finish even though I was using fingering weight and only 1 strand. It drapes well and comes out light.
I had yarn I had been saving for a project like this and I'm so glad I finally found a pattern to use! This is a very neatly written pattern that works up super quick and I thoroughly enjoyed working on it! Can't wait to make the next one!
I started this cowl 4 times and could not figure out why it didn't look quite right. I changed the first row from skipping 3 chains to 2 chains. Once I did this, the cowl took on a rectangular shape rather than rippling on the first round. It's a pretty but simple pattern that lies gently in folds around the neck.
It's easy to understand & quick to do up
Pattern is clearly written without errors. Picture is accurate as. cowl drapes well but will stay up if you prefer taller look. Mine is worn in soft folds re
This pattern is so easy, yet the cowl will be beautiful AND a very functional, versatile fashion accessory for the cooler weather that's coming just around the bend. I just ordered 2 luscious skeins (Blue Blossom and Lady of Shalott) for this project and I can hardly wait to see how it turns out : )
I am soo excited to start this project! It is going to make a beautiful Christmas gift. Thank you for the pattern Hugs, Brenda