Persinette Drawstring Cowl by Michelle Muskett

Persinette Drawstring Cowl

Crochet
November 2020
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 8 rows = 4 inches
in Herringbone Double Crochet (HBdc)
4.5 mm
5.5 mm (I)
230 - 370 yards (210 - 338 m)
Small, Medium and Large - also customizable
US
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Designed as the matching accessory to the Persinette Pom Beanie, the Persinette Drawstring Cowl is the perfect way to stay warm this winter! Constructed with a unique drawstring closure (there’s no I-Cord in sight, don’t worry!) for that extra snug factor, this cowl nestles stylishly on your shoulder thanks to a slightly tapered shape and split ribbing. Grab both patterns and make the matching set for your winter wardrobe staples!

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Level of Difficulty:
This is an Intermediate pattern. It assumes comfortable knowledge of common crochet stitches as well as some more specialised (the herringbone stitch and a modified X-stitch.) However there are also full photo tutorials and explanations provided; if you are an adventurous beginner then go for it! I’m always here to help if you need it.

Materials:
Size 4 yarn (see below for yardage)
4.5mm (US7-G+) and 5.5mm (US I-9) crochet hooks
yarn needle
scissors
safety pin or locking stitch marker (for threading the drawstring)

Yardage:
Large: 364yds / 332m / 7.3oz / 206g
Medium: 304yds / 278m / 6oz / 172g
Small: 235yds / 214m / 4.6oz / 132g
Instructions are also included for customization

Gauge: (worked flat)
19 sts x 13 rows = 4” (10cm) in ribbing st pattern (hdc 3L)

Finished measurements:
Large 28in circumference, 10in tall
Medium 26in circumference, 9in tall
Small 24in circumference, 7.5in tall

Please note: there are two pdfs available for download. The original contains full colour photos, images, and color-coded sizing instructions, whilst the ‘printer-friendly’ download is black and white text with no images. If using the printer-friendly option I would still encourage you to download the full original pdf so that you can refer to the photos for clarification if needed.

You are welcome to sell finished items created with this pattern, however I ask that you credit Tales of Knots with the original design. Do not use my photos to sell finished products and please do not copy, alter or distribute this pattern.

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