Aselle

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free lacy crochet cowl pattern with roses

This is a lovely cowl, with a fun detail of little roses. It is relatively easy to make and does not take up that much yarn, which makes it ideal for gift and charity projects as well.

Materials-
Red Heart worsted weight yarn Perfect Pink (1 skein)
Crochet hook size H
Blunt needle
Scissors

lovely and simple crocheted lace cowl with roses


Cowl-
With Perfect Pink and H hook, ch 27 loosely.
Row 1 (Right Side)- Work 5 dc in 6th ch from hook, skip the next 2 chs, make 1 dc in next ch, *skip the next 2 chs, make 5 dc in next ch, skip the next 2 chs, work 1 dc in next ch, rep from * across. Ch 3, turn. (Mark this side as right side.)
Row 2- Make 5 dc in third dc of first shell, 1 dc in next dc, *5 dc in third dc of next shell, 1 dc in next dc, rep from * across. Ch 3, turn.
Rows 3 to 36- Rep row 2. Ch 3, turn.
Row 37- Rep row 2. Ch 3, turn.
Row 38- 1 dc in next st and in each stitch across. (25 dc, ch 3, counting as first dc of row) Ch 3, turn.
Row 39- 1 dc in next st and in each stitch across. Ch 3, turn.
Row 40- 1 dc in next st and in each stitch across. Ch 3, turn. Fasten off, leaving long tail to sew with.
With blunt needle and tail you left off sew the piece into a tube. Fasten off, weave in all tails.

aselle, free crochet cowl pattern

Roses (Make 3)-
With Perfect Pink and size H hook, ch 21.
Row 1- 1 sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across. (20 sc) Ch 3, turn.
Row 2- Work 4 dc in same spot as ch 3, 1 sc in next ch, *5 dc in next ch, 1 sc in next ch, rep from * across. Fasten off, leaving long tail to sew with.
Thread blunt needle with tail and rolling the rose around, sew it together at the back. Fasten off, weave in tails.
Sew Roses to Cowl as seen in photos. Fasten off, weave in ends.

Done! Now, wasn't that really easy? Enjoy!

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16 comments:

Traci Creel said...

This is adorable, love the little roses. I want to crotchet something this fall but I made need to start with a headband and work my way up to the cowl.
Thanks for sharing this pattern.
Traci




Betty Lou said...

Love your projects, made Julia last month. Will give Astellema try. It's getting to be cowl and scarf weather soon---I hope.

Craftybegonia said...

Thank you so much +Tracy Creel. Aselle would look lovely on you!

Craftybegonia said...

Thank you +Betty Lou, you are so sweet! It is very encouraging that you love the projects. I love it when they are enjoyed!

Kathy Opper said...

I started making this last night. It really is easy and fast! I have one question though, what are the dimensions, length and width? Mine doesn't seem quite long enough so I'm adding a few more rows, but I don't want to get it too long. Thanks for sharing such a lovely pattern! :)

Craftybegonia said...

Hi +Kathy Opper! Thank you for your sweet encouragement about Aselle. Aselle is 25" around, it is not meant to be an infinity cowl, just a short cowl that kind of hugs your neck and keeps the wind out in a pretty fashion. You can make it longer if you like and add more roses down the front.

McFrick said...

Oh..love Cowls..this is gorgeous..and i might have just the right amount of pink for it! ty

Blessable said...

I am trying this cowl. Love the roses. Is the chain three counted as part of the five double crochets

Craftybegonia said...

Hi +Blessable, yes, the ch 3 is part of the stitches of the shell.

Angela Paris said...

This is so pretty! I'm not crafty at all when it comes to anything sewing, crocheting, etc. I'm always in awe of those that can!
ang

Craftybegonia said...

Thank you so much, +Angela Paris, you are so gracious! I wish you could crochet, it is so much fun!

Christine Marie Wright said...

I presume this is for an adult. Would it be possible to alter the pattern to use for a child?

It is such a pretty pattern and very easy to follow. Thanks for making it available.
Happy Christmas.

Christine Marie Wright said...

How do I go about making a smaller version of this lovely cowl for a child/

Craftybegonia said...

Hi +Christine Marie Wright! I think it owuld make a lovely Mommy and Daughter duo, yes. I would tell you how I would do it if I wanted to reduce it to a child's size. 1- Depending upon the girl's age, I would measure her head as if I was going to make a hat for her (the cowl has to go comfortably over her head) and add maybe 20 stitches more so that it would be comfortable around her neck. Then I would determine how wide it has to be to actually be to have about the width of a turtle neck collar (at the very least), make a paper pattern with your measurements, tape it at the ends to make a tube and use that tube to calculate the starting chain you will make to start the cowl and the width you will reach as you crochet the rows upward. Than, just make the roses smaller by using a smaller size of crochet hook. Hope this helps!

Unknown said...

Hello - I am a beginner and would like to add a row of single crochet after the foundation chain. What would be my stich counts for the foundation chain and the single crochet row before beginning Row 1 in your instructions? Thanks!

Craftybegonia said...

Hi +Unknown, thank you for your interest in making Aselle. First of all, this is a hefty pattern for a beginner. It is relatively easy but you are wanting to make changes to it which are not calculated in the pattern and i cannot be sure what you are going to end up with. I am sorry, but I cannot tell you the stitch count if you add a row that is not called for in the pattern. Why would you want to do that? I do not see the reason for it. It is absolutely unnecessary.