Vine Lace Cowl
This delicate little cowl is the perfect way to fill in the space above the collar of your winter coat, and can also substitute for a hat when you have your hair up. In the two larger sizes, it will be a more substantial neck warmer. The elegant lace pattern from Barbara Walker’s Treasury, has been adapted for working in the round for a simple, seamless accessory. This is a great project for a yummy luxury yarn or a single skein of handspun- even if you only have enough to make it a few inches long, it will still keep your ears warm!
The lace pattern will take some concentration, but there is no shaping to complicate things.
150 (300, 525) yards of sport weight yarn (I used Road to China Light by the Fibre Company- it’s delicious!)
16” (24”, 29”) circular needle, size 6 (or the size needed to get the correct gauge)
One stitch marker