Lunar Phases Cowl by Connie Lee Lynch

Lunar Phases Cowl

March 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches = 4 inches
3.25 mm (D)
600 - 850 yards (549 - 777 m)
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Worked flat from end to end and then seamed together before edging with treble crochet shells, this cowl has subtly textured and almost, but not quite lacy panels that change colors in a sequence that is based on the seven visible phases of the moon. Visit my blog to read more about the inspiration behind this design!

-Foundation Half Double Crochet
-Single Crochet
-Extended Single Crochet
-Half Double Crochet
-Treble Crochet
-Working into the 3rd Loop of hdc sts

26 sts in pattern = 4” and each panel measures approx. 1 3/8 inches. After edging and blocking, the finished cowl measures approximately 8” wide and 48” around.

-Lunaris by Anzula Luxury Fibers in 2 colors (114g, 425 yds each) Fingering (1) Weight: Gravity and Aqua (approx 300 yds of each were used in the original design)
-D/3.25mm Crochet Hook
-Stitch Marker(s)
-Darning Needle

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