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A perfect pattern for yarn oddments is the crochet pattern for the infinity scarf "Stephanie".
The cowl is crocheted in the Moebius-technique. You will have fun from the start on because there is no chain counting and no foundation crochet.
according to your desired size of the cowl approx. 400 - 1000 metres of e.g. a yarn cake such as Sheepjes Whirl or yarn oddments
crochet hook size 3 – 4 mm (metric size, please use google to determine your hook size)
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Not all patterns are automatically available in all languages.It always depends on whether the individual author of that pattern is able to provide it in several languages - there's no computer translating it automatically.Generally, a good indicator is the language of the description text itself - if that is in English, then the pattern should be as well. If not, then chances are the pattern isn't either.
The lace egde pattern of this beautiful knitted cowl reminded me of falling leaves and so I named it after the elvish word for autumn – ''Lasbelin''.
Because of its special shape, this cowl drapes easily around the neck – no need for additional hat pins, and no points sliding around.
The cowl can be worked in many fiber qualities, it will look nice in laceweight yarn or in DK-yarn and even in aran or worsted weight yarn. The pattern is written for DK weight. In case of using thicker yarn, the yardage has to be adjusted.
approx. 400 – 420 meters [437 – 459 yds] of yarn with a yardage of 200 meters [218 yds] /100 grams [3.5 oz]
a piece of waste yarn for the provisional cast-on
knitting needle matching the yarn used
crochet hook for the provisional cast-on
Gauge: 24 sts x 30 rows = 10 cm, [4 in], needle size 3.5 mm [US4] Finished size after blocking approx 80 x 44 cm [31.5 x 17.5 in]
The pattern runs 10 pages, it contains a written pattern, charts and a phototutorial. It was originally written in german and the translation into english was proof-read by a native speaker. Skill level intermediate.
This wonderful shawl can be worked in many fiber qualities. The pictured sample is knit in cotton, but it looks equally nice in sock yarn or other warmer qualities. The chosen yarn should not be thicker than 8ply (DK).
Yarn approx. 600 meters 656 yds in fingering weight (I used 50 grams Drops Safran and 150 grams Rowan Siena 4ply)
Circular knitting needle size matching the yarn used (I recommend an interchangeable system)
At least one stitch marker (from Row 70 onwards, slip marker in every row)
Kitchen scales to weigh the yarn before the final section
The shawl starts with a cast-on of 3 stitches at the bottom tip and is worked bottom-up to the neck edge. The final border is worked sideways by using short rows. This is explained in detail throughout the pattern.
Finished size after blocking approx. 160 x 80 cm
The pattern runs 9 pages, it contains a written pattern and charts. It was originally written in german and the translation in english was proof-read by a native speaker. Skill level easy to intermediate (for ambitious beginner).
This loop can be knitted in many yarn weights. Even in DK-yarn you will get a great result. Size is customizable, as well as yarn consumption. Also for leftovers and the use of different yarn weights, the loop is very well suited. Let your creativity flow!
Approx100-200 gr yarn (max. DK-weight)
2 circular needles with 80 or 100 cm width with at least half a needle size difference (at laceweight yarn I recommend size 3 and 3.5 / US 3 and 4)
Digital kitchen or other fine scale
There is no prescribed stitch count for the loop. You need a gauge to calculate the required number of stitches.
The pattern contains many examples for using different types and length of yarns. It is translated from German to English and proof-read.
I love degrade yarns, alpaca-silk or merino superwash.
I prefer to use lace-weight or fingering-weight yarns which are very smooth and softly.
But I also love to work with cotton, especially when designing accessoires for spring and summer.