Stay warm this winter with candy colored stripes! The Candy Cane Mobius Cowl is super easy to make and can be adjusted to any size. Wear it with the twist in front, or shift the twist to the back. You can even fold the edges over to create a collared effect. Which way will you wear it?
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Candy Cane Mobius Cowl
- Lion Brand Wool Ease Worsted Weight Yarn:
- 120 yds #138 Cranberry (A)
- 90 yds #99 Fisherman (B)
- Size H / 5 mm hook, or size needed to obtain gauge
- Yarn needle
Easy – Double crochet worked in the round with color changes.
17 x 9 inches when laid flat, 34 inches circumference.
11.5 dc x 9 rows = 4 inches. Exact gauge is not critical.
(Pattern is written in US terms)
ch = chain
dc = double crochet
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = slip stitch
rnd = round
Ch 3 at the start of a round counts as a dc throughout.
Foundation: With A, ch 111. Being careful not to twist the chain, join with sl st to form a circle.
Rnd 1: Ch 3, dc in next ch and in each ch around. Flip first stitch down so you can work in the bottom of it. Working in bottom of foundation chains, dc in each st around, join with sl st to first st, changing to B. (222 sts)
Rnd 2: With B, ch 3, turn, dc in each st around, join with sl st to first st, changing to A.
Rnds 3-4: With A, ch 3, turn, dc in each st around, join with sl st to first st, changing to B at end of rnd 4.
Rnds 5-10: Repeat rounds 2-4 twice more.
Fasten off. Weave in all ends.
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