Lily’s Sweetheart Cowl
Lily’s Sweetheart Cowl was designed on whim. I don’t know if it was the colors, the texture, or the gradient- perhaps all those things- that just called for it. It’s one of those pieces you just know someone is going to love every little bit about it and I can attest that Lily loves it! She is complimented everywhere she goes and after a year, she has requested I make it in another color- Cappuccino. This particular one was made using Red Heart E793.3965 Boutique Unforgettable Yarn, Candied.
Lily’s Sweetheart Cowl came to be just last year and was quickly accepted for publication. It has taken some time to post since my family relocated Fall-ish 2015. The boat is still rocking and I’m still unpacking and organizing my yarn. The system I had organized before is not working in this smaller space so I’m working on a new system. I’ll write about that in coming days. For now, let’s get to the pattern! I hope you enjoy it as much as Lily has. Please feel free to submit pictures of any works you have completed from my patterns. There is a link to submit in the menu.
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Betty Zgames says, “I have made this one a couple of times. It always comes out nice.”
Yarn: Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable worsted weight yarn (3.5 oz/270 yds): 1 skein #3965, Candied
Materials: US Size J/10 (6.0mm) crochet hook, yarn, needle, scissors
Size: One size fits most teens and adults.
Gauge: Not critical for this project.
Picot = Ch 5, sl st into 5th ch from hook
Do not turn your work.
This pattern is worked in the round from the bottom up.
Round 1 is both the foundation ch and edging.
Below the instruction are some images courtesy of Teresa M. Sweetwood that you may find useful. Here she is wearing her Lily’s Sweetheart Cowl! Doesn’t she have an amazing smile?
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Round 1: *Picot, ch 5; repeat from * around 22 times, sl st through center of 1st Picot to form loop — 22 Picots, 22 ch-5 spaces.
Round 2: Ch 10 (counts as dc, ch 8), *dc in next Picot, ch 8; repeat from * around 21 times, sl st to 2nd ch of beginning ch-10 — 22 dc, 22 ch-8 spaces.
Round 3: Working in 1st ch-8 space, [sl st, ch 1] twice, sl st, ch 2 (counts as dc), 2 dc in same space, ch 2, *3 dc in next ch-8 space, ch 2; repeat from * around 21 times, sl st to top of ch-2 to join—66 dc, 22 ch-2 spaces.
Round 4: Sl st in next 2 dc, sl st in ch-2 space, ch 2 (counts as dc), 2 dc in same space, ch 2, *3 dc in next ch-2 space, ch 2; repeat from * around 21 times, sl st to top of ch-2 to join — 66 dc, 22 ch-2 spaces.
Rounds 5–25: Repeat Round 4.
Finishing: Fasten off and weave in the ends.
The next few images are courtesy of Teresa M. Sweetwood. They show a select few steps you may find helpful. (Thank you, Teresa!)