Road to Yesterday is a crocheted cowl worked in the round.
With textured body, and trim with beautiful lace, you can make this cowl in any weight of yarn. You can get a cozy and warm cowl with heavier yarn for fall or winter, or dainty and lacey piece with lighter weight yarn to create a dramatic effect to your outfit.
As with all my other patterns, this pattern comes with row-by-row written direction in US crochet term and charts.
Hook: 3.5 mm (E) (adjust hook size accordingly to get gauge), 16 US / 0.60 mm steel crochet hook for beads (optional),
Removable stitch markers or scrap yarn,
70 (84, 98, 112, 126, 140, 154, 168) pcs size 8 beads for lace weight yarn or size 6 beads for fingering /DK weight yarn.
Circumference: 20 (24, 28, 32, 36, 40, 44, 48)" / 50 (60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120) cm
Height from top to bottom edge: 8" / 20 cm
Note: The measurements for lace weight, fingering, and DK weight is almost the same because the use of the same size hook. However, the fabric created is different. The lace weight is more open up and lacy and the DK is more dense and textured.
The Mystery KAL is divided into 7 Clues published every everyday (except Sunday) starting on 17 November 2016.
1st clue: Thursday, November 17th
2nd clue: Friday, November 18th
3rd clue: Saturday, November 19th
4th clue: Monday, November 21st
5th clue: Tuesday, November 22nd
6th clue: Wednesday, November 23rd
7th clue: Thursday, November 24th
You can buy the clues only for USD 3.5,- until November 30th.
The price will be USD 5,- after that date.
Payment by Paypal and delivery by Ravelry, no accounts required. Credit cards accepted.
Road to Yesterday Cowl MCAL Pattern USD 3.5,- add to cart
You can buy the kit from my Etsy store.
For this Kit, your will receive:
- One (1) skein of Rendezvous Cashmere DK (100% Cashmere) - 400 yards/187 meter/50 gram/skein enough to make the smallest size shawl (Circumference: 50 cm / 20"; Height: 20 cm / 8").
Note: if you want to make the larger size, you can buy 2 or 3 kits.
- Size 6 Toho/Miyuki beads enough to complete the project.
- Removable markers (2 pcs).
- Dental floss (1 strand).
- Pattern is NOT INCLUDED in this kit. You need to buy separately in Ravelry or my blog
- The kits are in limited quantity, once sold out, it's gone.
- For bigger yarn photos, click here.
- Payment by Paypal, no accounts required. Credit cards accepted. Shipping is FREE (please make sure to update your shipping address in Paypal). Please allow 10 - 21 days to reach your hand.
- Latest date to order: October 6th, 2016. Project Set-up:
- Once you bought the pattern, you’ll receive a notification every time a new clue is uploaded.
- You also need to sign up here and check from time to time for tips, additional information or revision.
- On your Ravelry Project Page: Click photo, then choose slurp from web, copy and paste this link: http://images4-b.ravelrycache.com/uploads/lprajogo/399152122/Road_to_Yesterday_MCAL_medium.jpg
Use this image as a first photo of your project page.
- To respect the other participants, do not post SPOILER in other thread/forum except the SPOILER thread until 1 weeks after the last clue.
- Use the tag roadtoyesterdaymcal on Ravelry, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
At the end of the MCAL, the participants will receive a copy of the complete pattern at no additional cost. Pattern is protected by copyright, so participants in the MCAL are required to not distribute copies of the clues or copies of the whole pattern.
I live on a tropical island called Penang which is one of the states in a country called Malaysia, but it does not stop me from learning how to knit. I knew how to crochet since I was 6 and taught myself to knit about 4 years ago and after a couple of projects, I began designing my own patterns. I just love the process of designing my own patterns, from the imagining of the design to the drawing and even the math part of it. I love to wear something pretty and feminine and it is reflected in all of my designs. I have 2 small daughters that need a lot of attention besides my full time job, so I am happy enough if I can publish 3 patterns a year. My patterns can be found on my blog
and through Etsy and on Ravelry.