Granny Stitch Cowl

Granny Stitch Cowl
Granny Stitch Cowl

Here is this month’s pattern for the Granny-Spiration Challenge by EyeLoveKnots. I missed last months pattern, which is kind of a bummer, but oh well, you do what you can and keep going.

For this month’s pattern I kind of cheated in coming up with my own design, as I used the Granny Stitch Square Pattern by Cream Of The Crop Crochet, which is published on my other site CrochetN’Crafts. The free pattern is here: Granny Stitch Square.

I followed the pattern to a tee, except I used a #3 yarn and a G crochet hook. Then I went for 120 rows to get a cowl long enough for a double wrap. When you get to the last row, fasten off leaving a 10″ tail for sewing the last row to the first.

Laying flat it measures 4.5″ wide by 25″ long.

It’s the middle of summer here, but I can’t wait to wear this once the cool weather starts in the fall. And I hope you will enjoy it too.

Now, head over to the EyeLoveKnots site to enter this month’s giveaway for a scarf pattern and three skeins of Caron Simply Soft, which is sponsored by Crochet is the Way.


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