Scarves & Cowls

Crochet & Knitwear designs for scarves & cowls

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Ami-Ami Scarf

$7.95
Ami-Ami ??? (jap.) - knit(ted) net Made up word from Japanese, different kanji with different meaning, same pronunciation for both. Originally inspired by paper kirigami created for the Japanese summer holiday Tanabata, this fun geometric mesh scarf is modularly knit and shaped on the bias. Two different lengths are provided and the width is customizable on this funky retracted mesh scarf. Any fingering or sport weight yarn would work perfectly for it. Or pair two unusual and very different yarns together as used in the original. Scarf knit on a bias using modular technique. Sample garment is made using 2 yarns held together. Photographic tutorial is provided inside the pattern. YARN Habu Textiles XS-55 Linen Lace, color 5 ocean blue 2 (3) skeins OR 500 (1000) yds/455 (915)m of any other lace or fingering weight yarn Habu Textiles A-20/21 Silk/Stainless Steel, color 6 ocean blue 2 (3) skeins OR 500 (1000) yds/455 (915)m of any other lace weight yarn Learn More

Aztec Scarf

$7.95
Design by Amy O'Neill Houck This mosaic crochet scarf with its volcanic colors isn't just ANY accent piece; its unique double-sided design is the perfect juxtaposition of prim and primal. Go ahead and wrap it up! Yarn Shown: Firecracker #7509, Splash #7510 Experience Level: Intermediate Materials: Spud & Chloë Sweater (100g/160yd): 2 hanks MC, 2 hanks CC Size H (5mm) hook, or size needed to obtain gauge Tapestry needle Finished Measurements: 10" x 60" Gauge: 14 sts and 12 rows = 4" Learn More

Bumble Up Scarf

$7.95
Design by Kim Hamlin What could be sweeter than a honeycomb scarf to "bumble" up in? Top off your outerwear with this little number and buzz around in style. Yarn Shown: Peat #7204, Soapstone #7200 Experience Level: Advanced Beginner Materials: Spud & Chloë Outer (100g/60yds): 1 hank A, 2 hanks B Size 11 (8mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge Tapestry needle Finished Measurements: 8¾" x 28" Gauge: In Garter st, 10 sts = 4" In Honeycomb patt, 12 sts and 14 rows = 4" Learn More

Classroom: Crocheted Beanie & Cowl

$7.00
“Crochet in the round.” These crochet projects use two traditional pattern stitches— single and half double—to very contemporary effect. You’ll get to practice working in the round in two ways—in a circular spiral and in a tubular spiral. Plus you’ll learn a couple of nifty beginnings. We’re betting your first set will not be your last—friends and family will start to place orders. You could always teach them how to crochet! TUTORIALS IN THIS PATTERN: • Increases and decreases. • Foundation half double crochet. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: chain stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, slip stitch, and working in rounds. Need help with any of these techniques? See Churchmouse Learn-To-Crochet Companion booklet. Learn More

Classroom: Crocheted Scarf & Handwarmers

$7.00
“Learn a sampling of stitch patterns.” This beautiful woolly set lets you practice three basic stitches—double crochet, half double crochet and single crochet—in a simple repeating sampler pattern that will have you expert in no time. Working back and forth, you’ll create a fabric with an interesting texture that looks much more complicated than it is. Bonus: It’s also reversible! Equally handsome in solid colors or variegated shades, this scarf can be worn any number of ways. And the simple little handwarmers will keep you toasty indoors or out! TUTORIALS IN THIS PATTERN: • Combining stitches. • Mattress-stitch seaming. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: chain stitch, single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, and keeping row edges straight. Need help with any of these techniques? See Churchmouse Learn-To-Crochet Companion booklet. Learn More

Clockwork

$6.30
Clockwork is an enjoyable striped garter stitch shawl/scarf, perfect for featuring two beautiful colors of yarn. Bold slipped stitch columns add structural interest while increases give this gear-inspired design a unique arched shape. Picking colors is always the hardest part, but have fun and be prepared to make a striking statement. Finished Measurements: 10? / 25cm wide from CO to BO, 92? / 234cm from tip to tip along BO edge Yarn: Fingering weight Color A: 420 yds Color B: 275 yds Learn More

Cream & Sugar

$6.95
A cozy, lightweight cowl perfect for transitional seasons. Big, beautiful cables knit in fingering weight yarn give this cowl a flexible, squishy fabric. The slightly wider bottom lets the cowl lay nicely on your shoulders. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Width: approx 15"/ 38cm around on the top, approx 20"/ 51cm around on the bottom unstretched. Length: approx 9"/ 23 cm. MATERIALS Madelinetosh Tosh Sock 100% Superwash Merino Wool; 395 yd/361m per 114 gram skein; color: Ginger; 1 skein or approx 350 yd/ 320m of a fingering weight wool or wool blend. Alternate Yarns: Malabrigo Sock, Becoming Art Dulche Light Fingering, Madelinetosh Prairie, The Fibre Company Road to China Light 1 16" US5/ 3.75mm circular needle 1 stitch marker Cable needle Tapestry needle Learn More

Diagonal Lace

$5.00
In 2 gauges Churchmouse Yarns teacher, Becky ffitch, designed this easy-to-knit, elegant scarf in a fine alpaca blend for lightweight coziness indoors or out. Karen Alfke reworked it in rustic European linen as a wrap for cool evenings in sunny places. Or wrap it twice as a lavish scarf. Whichever way you go, it's the perfect accessory for the 'shoulder' season. FINISHED SIZES Scarf: Approx. 11 x 84" / 28 x 214cm. Wrap: Approx. 14 x 84" / 33 x 214cm. YARN Scarf: Approx. 680 yds / 622m of fingering-weight yarn; approx. 425 yds / 389m of sport-weight yarn. Shown in blue in fingering-weight: 3 skeins Isager Alpaca Merino 2 (270 yds / 247m each), Color 47. Wrap: Approx. 866 yds / 792m of fingering-weight yarn; approx. 540 yds / 494m of sport-weight yarn. Shown in natural in sport-weight: 2 skeins Louet Euroflax Fine/Sport Weight (270 yds / 247 m each), Color 36 Natural. NEEDLES Fingering-weight version: US 6 (4mm) needles, or size to obtain gauge. Sport-weight version: US 8 (5mm) needles, or size to obtain gauge. GAUGE Fingering-weight version: Approx. 24 sts = 4" / 10cm in pattern stitch, after blocking. Sport-weight version: Approx. 17 sts = 4" / 10cm in pattern stitch, after blocking. Learn More

Fedora Scarf & Sock

$7.35
PATTERN DESCRIPTION If you need the perfect gift for your guy, try this pair. It's not fussy, but it'll be fun for you to knit. The same easy stitch pattern appears on both socks and scarf, but the use of different yarn weights for each piece produces different results. The socks are knit from the cuff down to the reinforced round heel and on to the grafted toe. SIZING Adult medium sock Scarf approx 56" long SKILLS USED Knitting in the round, picking up stitches, decreases, grafting FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8.75" circumference MATERIALS Yarns used: Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock (80% Superwash Merino/20% Nylon) 4 oz (435 yd), 1 skein, color Pewter; Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sport (100% Superwash Merino Wool); 70g / 200 yds, 2 skeins, color #102, Mine Shaft Fingering weight yarn, approx 425 yds Sport weight yarn, 400 yds (366 m) US size 1 (2.5 mm) circular needles (2) US size 7 (4.5 mm) 16" circular or straight needles Stitch markers Darning needle GAUGE 32 sts & 44 rnds = 4"/10 cm in St st with sock weight 20 sts & 28 rows = 4"/10 cm in St st with sport weight Learn More

Hakusa

$7.95
?? | HAKUSA Japanese (Romanji) for (n) delicate gauze, gossamer. A magically light, airy scarf made with exquisite Habu Textiles copper bamboo and super fine merino yarns the orange version. The shaping provides visual interest whilst minimising bulk and allows numerous styling options to express the exquisite quality of this knit fabric. Note: 2 threads of yarn are held together in this pattern. Two sizes listed in the pattern: Small - may be worn as a scarf, cravat, neckpiece, tie Large - may be worn as a scarf, wrap, shawl. ALTERNATE YARN SUGGESTIONS Yarn A: Habu Textiles XS-45 Wool Stainless Steel Habu Textiles A-20/21 Silk Stainless Steel Dairing D-10 Cotton Stainless Steel Dairing D-82 Silk Stainless Yarn B: Habu Textiles A-33 Fine Merino Habu Textiles A-177 Fine Merino Habu Textiles N-58 Soft Merino Habu Textiles A-34 Cashmere Dairing D-28 Alpaca Skill Level: Advanced Beginner Learn More

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