Saturday, September 16, 2017

The Loveland Triangle Cowl Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

Loveland Triangle Cowl Crochet Pattern 
and Cupcake Yarn Review 
So as soon I saw that Yarnpirations/ Caron had made
 some new yarn cakes, I ran straight to Micheal's to get some.
The Caron Cupcake was the first one I found.
(I purchased several...😉)
I feel in Love with the new Cupcake Caron Cake Yarn.
It's a Caron Cake with a pom pom on top.
The yarn made of Acrylic yarn and is a worsted weight (3).
The Cake has 3 oz or 244 yards of yarn!
It is, of course, perfect to make a beanie hat, you know I 
never do the "expected thing" and decided to make 
The Loveland Triangle Cowl.
It stitched up perfectly and I Love the light weight
 yarn for this project. The yarn is soft, but not slick. 
It slides nicely across the crochet hook and 
the items also keeps their shape. 
Add the pom pom to the cowl, or save it for another project!
Another Good Choice for this project is the Mandala yarn,
 Made By Lion Brand. It is also a Worsted Weight (3) yarn. It is also 100% Acrylic. It is made in some wonderful long striping colors variations in 5.3 oz. cakes. 
See The Video on my Youtube Channel 
at This Link
Loveland Triangle Cowl Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please add this Crochet Pattern to Your Ravelry Favorites

Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet Hook – H/ 5.0MM
Yarn – Worsted weight (3) 3 Oz./ 244 yds.
              I used Cupcake yarn By Yarnspirations/ Caron
              Mandala yarn by Lionbrand is another great choice
Yarn Needle
Stitch Marker - To mark the “point”

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Space (sp)
Skip (sk)
Foundation Double Crochet (fdc)

Size: 40 X 7 inches
4 ch = 1 inch, 1 row = 1 inch

Notes:
Ch3 Counts as a dc

R: 1 – Option1 - 126 fdc, turn (126 fdc)
           Option 2 - Ch 129, 1 dc in the 4th ch from the hook,
                            1 dc in each ch across, turn, (126 dc)

R: 2 – ch3, 1dc in the next 2dc, ch 2, sk 2 dc, * 1 dc in the next 2 dc, ch2, sk next 2 dc*
Repeat From * to * across Row, 1 dc in the last 3 dc, turn (126 sts)

R: 3 – ch3, 1 dc in the next 2dc,
2 dc in the ch2 sp, ch2,
*2 dc in the next ch2 sp, ch2 *Repeat From * to * in the next 14 ch2 sps, ch2,
2dc, ch2, 2dc in the next ch2 sp, (mark point with a st marker)
 *Repeat From * to * in the next 14 ch2 sps, ch2, 1 dc in the last 5 dc, turn.
(5dc, 14 sets of 2dc, ch1, (point 2dc, ch2, 2dc) 3dc, 14 sets of 2dc, ch1, then 5dc)

R: 4 - ch3, 1 dc in the next 2dc, 2 dc in the ch2 sp, ch2,
*2 dc in the next ch2 sp, ch2 *Repeat From * to * in the next 15 ch2 sps, ch2,
2dc, ch2, 2dc in the next ch2 sp, (mark point with a st marker)
 *Repeat From * to * in the next 15 ch2 sps, ch2, 1 dc in the last 3 dc, turn.
(3dc, 15 sets of 2dc, ch1, (point 2dc, ch2, 2dc) 3dc, 15 sets of 2dc, ch1, then 3dc)

R: 5 - ch3, 1 dc in the next 2dc, 2 dc in the ch2 sp, ch2,
*2 dc in the next ch2 sp, ch2 *Repeat From * to * in the next 16 ch2 sps, ch2,
2dc, ch2, 2dc in the next ch2 sp, (mark point with a st marker)
 *Repeat From * to * in the next 15 ch2 sps, ch2, 1 dc in the last 3 dc, turn.
(3dc, 16 sets of 2dc, ch1, (point 2dc, ch2, 2dc) 3dc, 16 sets of 2dc, ch1, then 5dc)

R: 6 – R: 10 – Repeat R: 4 and R: 5 alternating Rows.
 Each row will have an additional set of 2dc, ch2 on each side of the point.

R: 11 – Trim – 1 sc in the 1st 3 dc, *2dc, ch2, 2dc in the next ch2 sp, 2sc in the next ch 2 sp*
Repeat From * to * across, till you reach the “point”, 2dc, ch2, 2dc in the ch2 sp of the point.
Repeat From * to * across, 3 sc in the last 3 dc, tie off, do not cut your yarn.

Place the ends of the Cowl together wrong side slst together, ti off and weave in your ends.

Pom Pom Tie: This is optional - save the pompom for another project if you like.
Ch 50 chs, tie off and knot the ends.  Attach the pompom to the center of the tie.
Wrap around side of the cowl and tie a bow.
 I had enough left to make a matching Headband.... 
and I Love it too!
Loveland Headband Crochet Pattern is at this LINK
What a great set to give as a gift, 
but I am keeping this one!

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