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Materials & Notes:
- One colour: 2x 100g (135m) balls of chunky yarn. I used Stylecraft Alpaca Tweed
- Stripey version: 3x 100g (135m) balls of chunky yarn
- 8mm hook
- Written in UK terms (converting is dead easy, a UK tr is a US dc, that’s it!)
- 3ch counts as a stitch (st/s)
- I have a loose tension, go up a hook size if you don’t!
- Scroll down for a “chart” showing colour changes and a it more info.
Row 1: 1tr in 4th ch from hook, miss 2 sts, *3tr, miss 2 sts; rep from * to the last st, 2tr in last st, turn.
Row 2: 3ch, 3tr in each sp along to end, 1tr in last st, turn.
Row 3: 3ch, 1tr in same st, 3tr in each space along to end, finishing with 2tr in last st, turn.
Row 4 – 24: Rep Rows 2&3 ten times and Row 2 once more.
Row 25 (increase row): 3ch, 2tr in same sp, cont as Row 2 to end.
Row 26: Rep Row 3.
Row 27: Rep Row 2.
Row 28 (increase row): Begin as Row 3, end with 3tr in last st, turn.
Row 29: Rep Row 2.
Row 30: Rep Row 3.
Row 31 – 45: Alternately rep Rows 25- 27 and Rows 28 – 30.
Row 46 (edging): 3ch, 3tr in each sp along, (3tr, 2ch, 3tr) in corner sp, 3tr in each sp to end. Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.
Sew the short piece to the other end of the straight side (see chart below). Add tassels if desired! Voila, one seriously speedy granny cowl.