Amaryllis Cowl by Darla J. Fanton

Amaryllis Cowl

August 2011
Aran (8 wpi) ?
5.5 mm (I)
414 yards (379 m)
50''/127cm circumference x 17½''/44.5cm wide
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This pattern is available for free: amaryllis.pdf

Darla Fanton uses her never-ending imagination to create the Amaryllis Cowl in new’s Joy!, employing a clever broomstick lace technique. A truly versatile accessory, the infinity scarf can be doubled to create a cowl or draped over your shoulders as a shawl. The Amaryllis Cowl is the ideal project to learn the circular broomstick lace technique. Give it a try – broomstick lace is so much fun!

Cowl measures approximately 50”/127cm circumference x 17 1/2”/44.5cm wide

MATERIALS Joy! (discontinued)
(70% Acrylic/30% Bamboo; 2.5oz/70g, 138yds/126m)
#0002 Cerise: 3 balls

NaturallyCaron Joy! patterns can be made with Caron Simply Soft

Size I-9 (5.5mm) crochet hook
Two size 50 (25mm) jumbo knitting needles or 1’’/2.5cm diameter dowels or rods
Yarn needle

In broomstick pattern, 20 sc (4 groups of 5 loops) and 9 rows = 6”/15cm;
Gauge is not critical for this project.

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