Granny Cowl by Zeens and Roger

Granny Cowl

Crochet
February 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
4.5 mm
5.0 mm (H)
One size
UK
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This impactful granny stitch cowl is made to look like a shawl. Brilliant for those who get annoyed with their scarf unravelling all the time! It makes a great stash-buster too.

To bring the most ubiquitous of crochet stitches up to date a linen stitch edging has been added, giving it a modern twist.

This pattern is suitable for beginners. A chart is included.

Materials:

Double Knit weight yarn. Pattern used Folkestone Harbour Yarns, 100% Kent Romney wool, 100g/300m. 1x100g skein Cochineal Pink (Yarn A), five x 20g minis in Indigo Light Blue 26 (Yarn B), Turmeric Bright Yellow 45 (Yarn C), Madder & Turmeric Orange (Yarn D), Madder & Cochineal Lightest Pink (Yarn E), Cochineal Pastel Pink (Yarn F).

4.5 mm (UK 7, US 7)
5mm (UK 6, US H/8)

Tension:
8 rows/ 5clu of granny stitch = 10cm

Abbreviations:
st(s) = stitch(es)
sp(s) = space(s)
ch = chain
ch-sp = chain space
clu = cluster
sl st = slip stitch
dc = double crochet (US single crochet)
tr = treble (US double crochet)
rep = repeat
beg = beginning

Finished size:
From top to tip: 62cm (24 inches). Circumference: 68cm (27 inches).

Notes:

-Made in one piece from the top down. Starting off as a triangle, the sides are then squared off. Those two sides are sewn together to create the cowl.
-Note, the ch3 at the beginning of the rows counts as 1tr.
-The border is worked in a larger size hook to create a better drape.
-The DK used here is quite fine, try working your cowl in a sport weight yarn or plump 4ply
-The pattern is written in UK terms with US terms included in the list of abbreviations and the chart.