Friday, February 3, 2017

Crochet Seashell Cowl and Ear-Warmer Pattern

Hello everyone!
I have been thinking up this pattern ever since I first crochet the Seashell HAT
It is is finally on paper and ready to be crochet by all!

The gorgeous shell stitches and the ribbing give a genuine look of a seashell washed ashore.

This pattern can be viewed here if you keep scrolling and to print off this pattern please go to Ravelry
or to my ETSY SHOP

I hope you love this pattern!! Please let me know what you think in the comments below and I promise I am doing better with replying! :)

Seashell Crochet Cowl & Ear-Warmer
  By Siena's Maine Design


Materials:

⦁ H 5.00MM crochet hook

⦁ Red Heart super saver about 250yds

⦁ Yarn needle for weaving in ends

⦁ Scissors

Soft lambs wool would be amazing to try this pattern with! 

Abbreviations:

ch = chain

sl st = slip stitch

DC = Double crochet

st = stitch

fpdc = front post double crochet 

* repeat text between stars *

Gauge:
5 rows of 10 DC = 4x4 inches





To begin the Cowl~

This pattern can be made two sizes. The Lady or the Missy.

The Lady is 26" around ~ Chain 80

The Missy is 22" around ~ Chain 68

They can be made as tall as you like. The one pictured is 6.5 inches.


Chain and Base Row

Chain desired size, sl st to join and form a ring, ch 1 sc into each st, sl st to join (80sc,68sc)



Row 1. Chain 3 (this counts as 1st DC) *4 DC into the next st, skip 2 st, DC into next st* repeat around. (Lady=100st, Missy=85st)


Row 2. Ch 1, fpdc into ch 3 of the first row, 4 DC into the space before the shell ( the 4DC set of the first row), see photo, skip 4 DC * fpdc the single DC, 4 DC into the space before shell of the previous row, skip 4 dc* *repeat around, sl st to join.





Row 3-12. Ch 1, *fpdc the fpdc, 4 DC into the space before shell of the previous row, skip 4 dc, * *repeat around and this row intil desired legnth, 6-8 inches suggested. sl st to join at the end of each row. (20 shells Lady-17shells Missy)



Finishing Row: This row pulls together your new cowl and is super quick.
Ch 1, sc into the same st, sc into the next st, *skip 1 st, sc into the next 4 st, skip 1 st* Repeat around, lastly skiping the last st and sc into the remaining two stitches and sl st to join. Weave in ends. Show off your lovely work. ( 80sc Lady, 68sc Missy) 



And now for the Ear-warmer.

This ear- warmer is just my favorite! I wear it out almost every day. :)


To begin the Ear- Warmer

21-22 inches around. 2 3/4 inches wide. Average adult head. 

Chain and Base Row.

Ch 60, sl st to form a ring, ch 1 sc into each ch. (60sc)




Row 1. Chain 3 (this counts as 1st DC) *4 DC into the next st, skip 2 st, DC into next st* repeat around.



Row 2. Ch 1, fpdc into ch 3 of the first row, 4 DC into the space before the shell ( the 4DC set of the first row), see photo, skip 4 DC * fpdc the single DC, 4 DC into the space before shell of the previous row, skip 4 dc* *repeat around, sl st to join. 


Row 3 & 4. Ch 1, *fpdc the fpdc, 4 DC into the space before shell of the previous row, skip 4 dc, * *repeat around. sl st to join at the end of each row. 



Finishing Row: This row pulls together your new ear-warmer and is super quick.

Ch 1, sc into the same st, sc into the next st, *skip 1 st, sc into the next 4 st, skip 1 st* Repeat around, lastly skiping the last st and sc into the remaining two stitches and sl st to join. 
Weave in ends. 
Show off your lovely work.


I hope you are loving this amazing set! Please don't forget to leave me a quck comment if you can and view my videos on how to crochet these patterns as well! 
Have a lovely crochet day,❤️❤️❤️
Jonna


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2 comments:

  1. I love the colors you have chosen for this infinity scarf, they're beautiful! My grandmother knits frequently so i'll ask her to make one for me after i get the print from etsy!

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    1. Thank you! I hope you love your new scarf! Have a great day!!

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