Moosie’s Fans Cowl

Moosie’s Fans Cowl

Supplies:

1 skein Lion Brand Yarns Scarfie (color used (Forest/Black)

5 worsted, 5.3 oz, 312 yards 78% Acrylic 22% Wool

size I/9 5.5 MM hook

3 buttons of your choice

Tapestry needle

Special Stitch

Shell- 5 dc in stitch indicated.

Instructions:

Ch 45 sc.

Row 1: Insert hook 4th ch from hook.  Ch 3, 4 dc in same space.  *Skip 2 sc and sc in the next st.  Skip 2 and shell.*  Repeat until last stitch and shell in last chain. ( 8 shells made)

Row 2: Slip stitch in the first 2 dc.  *Shell in center (3rd dc) of shell from previous row. SCBP in sc.* repeat 7 times (8 shells made).

Row 3: Slip stitch in the first 2 dc.  *Shell in center (3rd dc) of shell from previous row. SCFP in sc*. repeat 7 times.

Row 4-50: repeat row 2 and 3.

Row 51: Slip stitch in the first 2 dc.  *Shell in center (3rd dc) of shell from previous row. SCFP in sc* repeat 4 more times.  +Dc in the next 2 dc, ch 2 ,skip dc, dc in the next dc.  SCFP in sc.+ repeat 2 more times. This creaters your 3 button holes.

Row 52: Ch 1, *sc in the first 2 dc, sc 2 times in the 2 ch sp, sc in the next 2 dc.  SCBP in sc.* repeat 2 times more.  +Sc in the next 5 dc, scbp in sc+ repeat until end and fasten off.  Weave ends

Place buttons on opppsite side of cowl, lining up with button holes, sew in buttons.

This pattern was created by Melissa Brown of Moosie’s Cottage.  Please do sell this pattern as it will be considered copyright infringement.  You can sell the products made from this pattern as long as you acknowledge the author.  If this is a paid pattern, please do not re-sell this pattern nor share in any and all social media which includes blogs unless permission is given by the author.  Do not do any video tutorial unless you have permission from the author.

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