Uneven Geometry Cowl - crochet pattern

I've been teasing you with sneak peeks for weeks - and here it is finally! I'm happy to share the new crochet pattern with you - Uneven Geometry Cowl.

I so loved creating this funky asymmetrical stitch pattern - it might look difficult, but it actually isn't (at all)! Anyway - the additional pictures and partial chart will help you get through it easily. 

The lacey triangle cowl is worked in DK weight yarn with a large hook to get the perfect drape. Once you get hang of it, you will whip it up in few hours. 

For those of you who have already started to think about Christmas gifts, I would say - this is the perfect gift project! Quick, easy and good looking!

Get the pattern
HERE (Etsy),
HERE (Ravelry),
HERE (Craftsy),
HERE (Patternfish). 

Photos by Gita Sprince
Model - Ieva


Rudens Scarf - publication in Interweave Crochet, Fall 2013

© Interweave Crochet 2013

The Fall issue of Interweave Crochet is out! I'm happy to see my Rudens Scarf generously featured there. See the issue preview HERE.

© Interweave Crochet 2013

Latvian landscapes of rudens, a Latvian word for "autumn", inspired this scarf worked in a wavy stitch pattern.  This symmetrical scarf is started in the middle and worked out toward both ends.  The outer leaf pattern is extended at the very end to form a triangular edge that mimics the falling of leaves.

© Interweave Crochet 2013

Here's the close up of the leaves stitch pattern. It is really fun to work and the chart will make it even easier. Dig in and be sure to share all the beautiful projects on Ravelry!

© Eleven Handmade
On US newsstands September 17 , 2013. 
Get the digital version HERE.


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Photo by Gita Sprince