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Linky-Loo Cowl Crochet Pattern

$5.00

“Practice makes Perfect”… so practice some new stitches!

With stitches such as “Linked Foundation” and “Chainless Starting”, along with a very special join for linked stitches, the Linky-Loo Cowl Crochet Pattern will both inspire and challenge you, while you produce a warmly textured circle scarf.

Description

Master linked stitches and more!

Designed specifically for chunky, home-spun (style) yarn, the Linky-Loo Cowl is your perfect winter accessory pattern

  • Follow the old adage “Practice Makes Perfect” and master the Linked Stitch!
  • A textured scarf with reversible fabric, so that when the scarf twists, there’ll be additional interest at your neck
  • The use of Linked stiches means that the scarf has stretch and texture
  • Add extra techniques to your crochet arsenal by learning (or practicing) linked stitches, foundation stitches and chainless starting stitches 

Features:

  • All-in-one, seamless design
  • If you are an intermediate level crocheter,  you will find this pattern easily achievable.
  • Create in one color, 2 colors, color-block or variegated yarns to achieve different effects
  • One size fits all – 
  • Full written and pictorial instructions included so that you will successfully create your Linky-loo Cowl over and over again

Testing:

  • The Linky-loo Cowl Crochet Pattern has been tested by independent crocheters

  • some of their amateur photos are in the gallery

  • Tester Jenni said this after completing hers: 

    I love patterns that I can use what yarn I have and alter width or length without messing with the beautiful pattern. 

  • Tester Tracie had to learn the linked stitches:

    I’m loving this linked stitch, it looks really nice.

Problems/Questions?

  • I’m always happy to help if you have questions, so please contact me to send a message direct to my inbox
  • OR… Join my Facebook Group and chat with my testers and other fans!

The pattern is instantly available in both standard US terms and standard UK/AU terms, with step-by-step instructions and photos to help guide your hook to completion.

About the yarns:

Additional information

Stitches & Techniques (US Terms)

Linked-Double Crochet (ldc)

Linked Foundation Double Crochet (lfdc) – it’s possible I’ve made this up – simply work your foundation double crochet stitches, linking them as per ldc
Improved Chainless Starting Double Crochet (CSdc) (use Ch3 instead on dc rows, if you prefer)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Crab Stitch / Reverse Single Crochet (cs) – optional

Stitches & Techniques (UK Terms)

Linked-Treble Crochet (ltr)
Linked Foundation Treble Crochet (lftr) – it’s possible I’ve made this up – simply work your foundation treble crochet stitches, linking them as per ltr
Improved Chainless Starting Treble Crochet (CStr) (use Ch3 instead on tr rows, if you prefer)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Crab Stitch / Reverse Double Crochet (cs) – optional

Requirements

Approx. 100m of chunky weight yarn
10mm Crochet Hook
Yarn needle
Gauge: 7.5 ldc and 7 rows to 10cm2 (4”sq) – exact gauge is not important

(NOTE: You can use other yarn weights, if you prefer – simply use a hook 2-3 sizes larger and adjust the stitch count!)

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