Lacy Clover Cowl – Free Crochet Pattern

My newest pattern in the Lacy Clover line is the Lacy Clover Cowl. I love the drape that was achieved with this design by using a bigger hook than what was called for with the yarn. There are multiple ways to wear it and I hope that you enjoy the Lacy Clover Cowl as much as I enjoyed designing it. There will be matching boot cuffs to follow as well, as soon as I get them written up and to my testers. This is my contribution to Cre8tion Crochet for this month.

Lacy Clover Cowl Pattern Information

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GAUGE

9.5 sts x  8 rows = 4 inches in HBhdc

NOTES

  • You are free to sell items from this pattern. However, if you do choose to sell items made from this pattern, I recommend a retail pricing of $25. This recommendation is made in an effort to protect other sellers and the integrity of this pattern.
  • Read through the entire pattern before starting.
  • Beginning chs do not count as st unless otherwise noted.
  • Be sure to check your gauge.
  • All joins are with a sl st to first st of row.

SPECIAL STITCHES

  • Foundation single crochet: ch 2, insert hk in 2nd ch from hk, yo and pull through (2 lps on hk), yo and pull through 1st lp on hk (ch made), yo and pull through both lps (first foundation sc made). For next st, *insert hk in ch of previous st, yo and pull through (2 lps on hk), yo and pull through 1st lp on hk (ch made), yo and pull through both lps. Repeat from * for each subsequent stitch.
  • Cluster: *yo, insert hk in indicated st, yo and pull up a lp, yo and pull through 2 lps on hk* 4 times, yo and pull through all lps on hk
  • Shell: In indicated st or ch sp, 6 dc
  • Herringbone half double crochet: yo, insert hk in indicated st, yo and pull through st and 1st lp on hk (2 lps on hk), yo and pull through both lps

STITCHES & ABBREVIATIONS

st(s) – stitch(es), ch(s) – chain(s), sp – space, hk – hook, sk – skip, t-ch – turning chain, yo – yarn over, sc – single crochet, sh – shell, dc – double crochet, cl – cluster, hdc – half double crochet, HBhdc – Herringbone half double crochet

SKILL

03-intermediate

SUPPLIES

4-medium

I used Deborah Norville Everyday


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7.0mm hook

Tapestry Needle

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LACY CLOVER COWL PATTERN

Lacy Clover Cowl 1

Row 1: Foundation sc 65 or ch 66 and sc in 2nd ch from hk and each across.

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, *ch 4, sk 3 sts, cl in next st, ch 4, sk 3 sts, (sc, ch 1, sc) in next st* 7 times, ch 4, sk 3 sts, cl in next st, ch 4, sk 3 sts, sc in last st.

Row 3: Ch 3 (counts as dc), turn, 2 dc in same st, *ch 2, sc in cl, ch 2, sh in ch-1 sp* 7 times, ch 2, sc in cl, ch 2, 3 dc in last st.

Row 4: Ch 7 (counts as dc and ch 4), turn, *(sc, ch 1, sc) in sc, ch 4, cl between 3rd and 4th dc of sh, ch 4* 7 times, (sc, ch 1, sc) in sc, ch 4, dc in top of t-ch.

Row 5: Ch 1, turn, sc in dc, *ch 2, sh in ch-1 sp, ch 2, sc in cl* 7 times, ch 2, sh in ch-1 sp, ch 2, sc in 3rd ch of t-ch.

Row 6: Ch 1, turn, sc in sc, *ch 4, cl between 3rd & 4th dc of sh, ch 4, (sc, ch 1, sc) in sc* 7 times, ch 4, cl between 3rd and 4th dc of sh, ch 4, sc in last st.

Row 7-10: Repeat Row 3-6.

Row 11: Ch 1, turn, hdc in sc, *4 hdc in ch-4 sp, sk cl, 4 hdc in ch-4 sp, hdc in ch-1 sp* 7 times, 4 hdc in ch-4 sp, sk cl, 4 hdc in ch-4 sp, hdc in sc. Join to first hdc. <73 hdc>

Row 12-17: Ch 1, turn, HBhdc in each st around. <73 HBhdc>

Finish off.

Lacy Clover Cowl 2

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