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Today I am excited to feature a new guest designer on the blog! Ashley of Through the Loop Yarn Craft is here sharing her new Katerie Cowl crochet pattern!
About the Designer
Hello, I’m Ashley designer behind Through The Loop Yarn Craft. I am so happy to have the opportunity to share the Katerie Cowl, thank you so much Michelle!
My goal at TTLYC is to design quick and modern crochet patterns so busy crocheters can make more with the time they have!
As a busy mom of seven with a full time job outside of the house I know how precious the crochet minutes can be. I love having makes that can get done quickly and aim to provide the designs anyone can have time to create!
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The Katerie Cowl is designed with lots of texture and light warmth for those crisp spring days. It works up quickly with a one row repeat and is designed specifically so you can make two from one Mandala cake!
Katerie Cowl Crochet Pattern
Approx. 295 yards of #3 light weight yarn
I used Lion Brand Mandala in Pegasus
US size J/10 (6.0mm)
Any lightweight #3 yarn will be excellent for this pattern. Some good options would be:
Lion Brand Ice Cream
Bernat Baby Sport
Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek DK
7 stitches x 3 rows HDC = 2″ x 2″
Laid flat in half: 13″ across the top x 20″ top to bottom
ch – Chain
sc – Single Crochet
hdc – Half Double Crochet
dc- Double Crochet
vst- V Stitch
sl st – Slip Stitch
st(s) – Stitch(es)
sk – Skip
ch-sp – Chain Space
bet – Space between stitches
Cst – Corner Stitch
All CH 1 and CH 2 DO count as a stitch
**indicates repeat sequence
You can opt to continue repeat row to make larger.
Stitch counts for each repeat row are detailed in the table
Be sure to use correct corner stitch pattern as indicated.
V Stitch (vst): Work 1dc, ch1, 1dc in the same st or space as indicated.
Corner stitch (Cst): The corner stitch is different for the three different styles of row. The Csts will be made in the ch-sp of the previous Cst. Be mindful to use the correct Cst:
Cst for hdc rows: (hdc, ch3, hdc)
Cst for vst rows: (2dc, ch3, 2dc)
Cst for sc row: (2sc, ch1, 2sc)
CH4, slst to first ch, ch1.
Row 1: 2hdc, ch3, 3hdc, in circle made with chs, ch1, turn (6 hdc).
Row 2: hdc in the same st as the ch1, hdc next 2 sts, Cst, hdc next 2 sts, 2hdc in the last st, ch1, turn (10 hdc).
Row 3: hdc in the same st as the ch1, hdc next 4 sts, Cst, hdc next 4 sts, 2hdc in the last st, ch2, turn (14 hdc).
V Stitch rows begin.
Row 4: dc in the same st as the ch, *sk 1st st, vst in next st*, repeat 2 more times, Cst, vst in next stitch, *sk next st, vst in next*, repeat once more, sk next st, 2dc in the last st, ch2, turn (8dc, 6vst).
V Stitch repeat rows begin.
Row 5: dc in the same st as the ch, vst in ch-sp of each vst of previous row, vst bet the 2dc from the Cst of previous row, Cst, vst bet the 2dc from the Cst of previous row, vst in each vst from previous row, sk next st, 2dc in last st, ch2, turn (8dc, 8vst).
Row 6-25: Repeat row 5, using the chart for stitch counts.
From row 6 – 26 is the same repeat. You will use the same stitch sequence in each row, and each row will add an additional 2 vsts.
Row 26: Repeat row 5, using the chart on page 2 for stitch counts. Do not turn, join to the first st of the same row with a sl st, ch1.
Row 27: Loosely sc in the first st, sc in the space before the first vst, *sc in vst, sc in the space bet the vsts*, repeat 24 more times, sc bet 2 dc, Cst, sc bet next 2 dc, sc in space before vst, *sc in vst, sc in the space bet vst*, repeat 24 more times, sc in the last st, join to first sc, finish off. (110 sc).
Weave in all ends and you’re done!
I hope you enjoy your Katerie Cowl!
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Michelle has been crocheting since 2011 and has been designing crochet patterns since 2014! She specializes in modern garments and accessories for your handmade wardrobe. Michelle has been featured in Happily Hooked Magazine, thehooknooklife.com, wecrochet.com, ourmakerlife.com, and several other websites. She is committed to providing the highest quality crochet information and patterns that instill a true feeling of pride, enjoyment, and accomplishment when completing a project.