So I got some gorgeous bulky weight alpaca in the sale from wharfedale woolworks and I wanted a quick project that I could pick up and put down without too much thought while the kids were still on holiday from school. I wanted to make a larger version of my birchbark cowl, this pattern uses the same stitch pattern but a larger hook to make the fabric more floaty.
Finished cowl measures approx 30" x 6"
100g (100m/110yds) bulky weight (12 ply) alpaca
9mm hook (M/N)
3 x 1 - 1.5" buttons
1. Ch71, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, turn
2. Ch1, sc, (ch1, sk1, sc) across, turn.
3. Ch1, sc in 1st st, (sc in ch sp, ch1, sk sc)across, sc in last 2 st, turn.
Repeat rows 2 and 3 for 17 more rows (or until cowl is size needed).
21. Ch1, sc in each sc and ch sp across, fasten off.
Weave in ends, sew on buttons on both corners of the short side and check placement of third button before attaching. There are no buttonholes for this project, the buttons need to be able to slip through the holes made in the fabric. Block if needed.