Lily Cowl Crochet Pattern

I tested out the intricate Lily of the Valley stitch in my Lily Cowl. This stitch is so easy. It’s only a series of double crochets in a one row repeat. But it looks complex and impressive.

And the detail of the stitching looks beautiful with the Sugarbush - Bold yarn. It only took about 440 yards of yarn, so it’s a quick and easy pattern to stitch up. 

Get started on this cozy cowl by grabbing this pattern or the crochet kit  I've put up for you. 

SKILL LEVEL: Easy / Beginner
FINISHED SIZE: folded in half
     Height: 14"
     Width: 13.5"
MATERIALS:
     Yarn: Sugarbush - Bold(worsted weight)
         Color Option A: 3 skeins in Lac Lavender
         Color Option B: 3 skeins in Lavender Frost
         Color Option B: 3 skeins in Maritime Mauve
     Yardage: 440 yards
TOOLS:
     Hook: U.S. J-10 / 6.0mm
     Darning Needle
     Sharp Scissors

Please Note: Recommended Yarns are not the actual color but just similar to the colors featured in the images.

Each PDF pattern is written using U.S. crochet terminology and comes with a printable "Crochet Help, Tips and FAQs".
This is a CROCHET PATTERN listing, not the physical product.

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