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Lacy Bobbles Cowl crochet pattern

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Lacy Bobbles Cowl is an original PlanetJune Accessories crochet pattern by June Gilbank.

I designed this cowl with a lacework pattern that isn't too open, so you can pull it up to cover your head to stay warm, or let the layers of lace pool around your neck.

It’s worked in the round, which means there’s no need to stitch it together at the end, and the stitch pattern has a clever almost-invisible seam built right into each round.

My lace patterns are designed to be worked with normal-sized hooks into the spaces between stitches, which means that, after the foundation row, there's no hunting for those tiny fine loops to work into, and they are a pleasure to work.

Size: Finished cowl measures 21” circumference x 17” length unblocked; 22” x 19” blocked. Pattern includes instructions for resizing the length and width of the cowl.

Yarn:approx 400m lace weight yarn
Sample uses 48g Diamond Luxury Collection Baby Alpaca Lace in #2020 (Burgundy) 

Hook: US H / 5mm and US I / 5.5mm crochet hooks

Optional: blocking wires and/or rustproof pins, and a surface for blocking

Details: The pattern includes full stitch diagrams as well as clear written instructions.

Note: Take advantage of the savings when you buy any three PlanetJune Accessories patterns of your choice as a custom set!

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