Lavender Valley Cowl - Crochet Pattern + Giveaway


Over time, I've really enjoyed learning new crochet stitches, and then figuring out ways to cleverly incorporate them into creating unique textures!.. Which just so happens to be exactly the reason why I designed this lavender valley cowl you see above that I've just added the pattern for to my Etsy and Craftsy Shops!

If you're a massive fan of light-weight crocheted projects too, then why not give this forest fawn hat a whirl? Or better yet, this adorable baby sunflower hat and booties set!

You can find the pattern HERE!

Size:
Child to Adult Sizes Available

Materials:
6.00mm (J) Crochet Hook
215 - 280yds Worsted Yarn (10ply) - Phildar Partner 6, Eglantine
Tapestry Needle



If you'd like the chance to win 1 of these 10 patterns, all you need to do is follow the prompts  in the Rafflecopter widget below and you'll be entered to win! 
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Good luck everyone, the giveaway closes Saturday May 28th at 12:00am AEST.




31 comments:

  1. My latest project is pretty similar to this one!
    I love the pattern and color!

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  2. My latest project is a baby dress from the magazine Simply Crochet

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  3. I'm slowly crocheting a lace scarf in some natural alpaca yarn.

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  4. I'm working on a third mermaid tale blanket for a customer! These have been very popular lately!

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  5. I'm working on my 3rd waffle stitch baby blanket along with washcloths and a basket. Lots of babies this year in our family--not me tho!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  6. Presently I am making a crochet baby blanket.

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  7. I love your pattern and the yarn is just georgous!

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  8. That looks so nice! Would love to learn how to do it.

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  9. Gracias por la oportunidad!!!

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  10. I love your stuff..you make it so new people can learn to crochet easier

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  11. Beautiful I love your patterns!

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  12. My latest project was a tote bag for my mother. <3

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  13. love your site and patterns. Thanks

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  14. My latest crochet project is a pair of lace shorts designed by Cara Louise Reitbauer. They will be a swim suit cover up for my daughter. I've already decided to line the next pair so she can wear them all the time. They are very pretty.

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  15. My latest project is a blanket for my youngest grandson. I'm using Bernat Pipsqueak because he just loved the feel when he saw it in the store.

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  16. You are the most adorable woman... ... has anyone ever told you that... Your mother must be proud of you... your dad too... : ) I love your projects... I am a tiny crochet hook person these days... : )

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  17. I am soon to become stepmom to a little toddler 3yo girl, and finally give in to my craving for all the little girl things you have!! My 25yo son doesn't seem to want the cutesy. Odd. Haha!! You inspire me so much! Thank you for that and for your patterns Olivia!!

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  18. A perfect summer cowl. Such a pretty color of yarn! Love the name, too, as it makes me think of "Bedknobs & Broomsticks"!

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  19. For my latest project I'm making headbands with roses on them for our daughter and her bridesmaids as she's getting married in July.I'm so excited for her I can't wait to see her in the headband!

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  20. For my latest project I'm making headbands with roses on them for our daughter and her bridesmaids as she's getting married in July.I'm so excited for her I can't wait to see her in the headband!

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  21. I'm just finishing aa shades of pink and white Afghan for my D-I-L!

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  22. I'm just finishing aa shades of pink and white Afghan for my D-I-L!

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  23. Continuing to work on a " no 2 block alike afghan " and a baby afghan for my niece's upcoming bundle-of-joy !

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  24. I just spinning some yarn that would work well with this new cowl pattern!

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  25. I am crocheting potholders made out of washcloths, a pattern my Granny taught me about 50 years ago.

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  26. Right now I have 2 projects going. One is the Rapunzel Scarf for my daughter and the other is the Cedar River blanket. Enjoying both!

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  27. I love your patterns !! I've made a couple of your scarves and they are gorgeous !! I would love to win a pattern for a lightweight scarf to wear.

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  28. I love your patterns !! I've made a couple of your scarves and they are gorgeous !! I would love to win a pattern for a lightweight scarf to wear.

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  29. I just finished a chevron baby blanket, but right before that, I did a doily that I am really proud of because it is the first one that turned out basically perfect.

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  30. I love your patterns! The colours you use are gorgeous and I love the vintage look!

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  31. Right now I'm working on the lydia cloche from Velvet Acorn for a co-workers new baby.

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