Liberty Lace Cowl

Looking for a spring scarf that is light on warm days and snuggly on rainy days?  Liberty Lace is for you.  Soft and lovely, this cowl feels as light as a feather around your neck.  Wear it wrapped around your neck as a cowl or draped over your shoulders as a caplet, either way you will fall in love!  The cowl mixes Solomon’s knots with traditional crochet make for a striking lace fabric.  Even if you are a bit rusty on making Solomon's knots, you will be able to refresh and get moving in no time flat with this pattern.  You can purchase the pattern over at Interweave Store.com.  And if you have never tried Solomon's knots, keep an eye out for a new online class of mine over at Interweave that will go through all the nuts, bolts, lace and beads of the technique!


Anzula Luxury Fibers Oasis (CYCA #3), 70% Silk, 30% Camel, 375 yds/ 100g:
Temperance, 1 hank


G/7 (4.5mm) hk or hk needed to obtain gauge


Yarn Needle, Spray Bottle and Rust-Proof Pins

Stitches Used:

ch     Chain
sl st   Slip Stitch
sc      Single Crochet
dc     Double Crochet

tr       Treble Crochet
tch    Turning Chain
ch-sp   Chain Space


4 msk by Rows 2-6 of pattern = 4” (10 cm) by 4.5” (11.5 cm)

Finished Size:

Cowl is 14” (35.5 cm) wide by 56” (142 cm) long


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