Isca by Zeens and Roger


February 2022
both are used in this pattern
yarn held together
+ Lace
= Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in Unblocked,fabric of alternating rows of htr and slip stitches
4.0 mm (G)
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A crochet cowl and matching headband pattern using beautiful luxury yarns from a small indie business.

A combination of bobbles and ribbing create a modern look cowl and head-warmer set.

Or try a lustrous colour changing yarn that is more budget friendly, King Cole Riot matches gauge closely.

Yarn Quantities
To make the cowl you need 2x 50g balls of the merino and 2x 50g balls of mohair from Along Avec Anna. There just is enough leftover to make the small headband without the bobble motif. You will need an additional ball of each to ensure you have enough yarn for the bobble motif for the headband. With the leftovers, make a headband for a friend!

If using King Cole Riot get 2 balls to guarantee you have enough for the cowl, headband and bobble motif. Again, make a second headband if it takes your fancy!

Yarn alternatives
Mohair doesn’t suit everyone, try brushed alpaca with silk as a substitute.

You Will Also Need
● 4 mm (US G/6) hook
● Stitch markers (optional). Use them to mark the beginning of a round/row.

Abbreviations UK terms (US equivalents in brackets)
BLO back loop only, bptr back post treble (US bpdc), ch chain, dc double crochet (US sc), fhtr foundation half treble (US fhdc), fptr front post treble (US fpdc), htr half treble (US hdc), rep repeat, r/s right side, sl st slip stitch, st(s) stitch(es), w/s wrong side, yrh yarn round hook.


Depth 31cm (12.25 inches). Circumference 55cm (21.75 inches)


To fit Head circumference
54 - 56 cm (21.25 - 22 inches)
Length 42cm (16.5 inches)

To fit Head circumference
57 - 59cm (22.5 - 23.25 inches)
Length 45cm (17.75 inches)

-The cowl pattern is worked sideways in one rectangular piece, turning every row. The ends are joined. The top & bottom edges are then worked in the round.

-This pattern is written in UK terms.