Create this gorgeous crochet Mandala neck warmer with this easy to follow pattern!
The cowl is lightweight, warm and naturally curls under around the edges.
This is a great piece to wear with any top and under any coat without the extra bulk of a long scarf.
Makes a great present for yourself or gift for someone special!
Lace Mandala Neck Warmer
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– Light weight yarn (3), I used Lion brand Mandala in Warlock Sorcier, about 150 yd (about 1/4 of skein)
– Size H hook, 5.00 mm
– Blunt needle
– Large button (1 1/4-1.5”)
sc- single crochet
dc- double crochet
You can make this with any light weight yarn and change the color at the start of any row to create the color effect.
Row 1: sc in first ch to form a loop (careful not to twist), *ch 6, sk 3 sts, sc in next*, repeat from * ending with ch 6.
**continue working in the round, use the tail of your first chain row to keep track of rows or use stitch marker**
Rows 2-5: sc in first ch space, *ch 6, sc in next ch space*, repeat from * around, ending with sc for row 5 only.
Row 6: 3 dc in first space, 3 dc in each space around (my color change just so happened on the 8th row, you can change the color here or any of the dc rows to create a colorful pattern).
Rows 7-13: Dc in each st around. Fasten off and weave in ends on last row.
Try on the cowl and fold over the front to your liking, place the button on the fold and sew button on.
You’re done! Great job!
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Regarding the Lacey Mandala Cowl — I am confused by the Row 6 instructions, where it states “sl st in last st on row 12 and fasten off.” Should this be “sl st in last st on row 6 and fasten off. Weave in ends.?” Then Rows 7-13 as they are written? Thanks for your lovely patterns!
Denise H. Pilgrim says
I don’t understand the fold over. Are all rows done in the round?
Laura Wilson says
Yes, all rows are made in the round then the fold over happens after your finished making the piece simply by folding over one side on the other in the front to for a V and sewing on your button.