Dragon Wing Cowl

Crochet Dragon Wing Scarf

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Dragon Wing Scarf ~ free crochet pattern by Jessie At Home

Crochet Dragon Wing Scarf
Crochet Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

I have had so many requests for a crochet version of the Dragon Wing Cowl, that I just had to oblige! So here it is: the Dragon Wing Scarf. It is a bit longer and more flowy than the knit counterpart, and I really like it! There are notes on how to make it shorter if you want to button it as a cowl, but I really like the scarf. The Crystal Palace Panda Pearl yarn is perfect for this fashionable accessory. It’s so very soft and luscious!

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Knit Dragon Wing Cowl

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Unbelievably cool, Jessie’s Knit Dragon Wing Cowl is just..well..WOW! With the thorough & detailed pattern w/photos you can make this stunning & unique cowl

Dragon Wing Cowl ~ free knit pattern by Jessie At Home

Dragon Wing Cowl ~ Knit Version
Knit Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

The Knit Dragon Wing Cowl uses dropped stitches that are picked up and reknit in bunches to create fun ridges, and simple increases to give it shape. This pattern looks more challenging than it is. The trick is to make sure you count, and to not drop the stitches until the pattern says to! This pattern was inspired by the way I draped the Dropped and Found scarf in one of the photos. I loved the look and wanted to make a cowl that had that shape.

ETA: I had many requests for a crochet version, so here it is.
Another ETA: HERE you can find a chart that a lovely Ravelry knitter made for the pattern. I have not tried using it, but you may find it helpful.
HERE you can find the Português version translated by Silvia Silva

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