Prokop

Skill Level: 
Easy
Project Type: 
Scarves/Shawls/Cowls
Designer: 
Norah Gaughan

Our Prokop crocheted and woven cowl has the look of haute couture.

One size


Finished Measurements

Approximately 32” around x 8” high (not including fringe)


Materials

2 Hanks Berroco Borealis (100 grs), #5078 Osvor (MC)

1 Ball Berroco Blackstone Tweed Metallic (50 grs), #4601 Clover Honey (A)

1 Hank Berroco Campus (100 grs), #2499 Honor Roll (B)

Crochet hook, size 6.50 mm (K-10½) OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE

Tapestry needle


Gauge

14 sts = 4”; 7 rows = 4” in Filet Pat

TO SAVE TIME, TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE


Cowl

With crochet hook, ch 31.

Row 1 (RS):  Dc in 4th ch from hook, * ch 1, skip 1 ch, dc in next ch, rep from * across.  Turn.

Row 2:  Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), * ch 1, skip ch-1 sp, dc in next dc, rep from * across.  Turn.  Rep Row 2 for Filet Pat until piece measures 32” from beg.  Fasten off.


Finishing

Cut two 30” long strands of A.  Holding strands together, thread into tapestry needle.  Beginning at one side edge of cowl (this will be the lower edge), weave strands in and out through first row of holes of filet pat to the other side edge, skip over the next row of holes, then weave in and out of the next row of holes back to beginning.  Cut four 30” long strands of B.  Holding strands together, thread into tapestry needle.  Beginning at same edge of cowl as A, weave strands in and out through row of holes skipped over with B, skip over the next row of holes that were already woven with A, then weave in and out through next row of holes back to beg.  In this manner, alternately weave strands of A and B until all rows of cowl have been filled.  Sew cast-on edge and bound-off edge together.  Hold 2 strands of A and 4 strands of B from adjoining woven rows together.  Divide into 3 groups (1 group of A strands and 2 groups of B strands) and braid together for 2½.  Knot all ends together and trim to even off.  In this manner, braid all strands together around cowl.