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Easy crochet COWL Unisex – FREE crochet pattern

Made from wool, this cold-season cowl is sublime in its irreducible simplicity. Shown here in blue-brown color palette, the piece will be a perfect partner to monochromatic sweaters and jackets and create a fashionable and contemporary urban look. You will like to improvise and create a new design everyday by turning the reverse side out and showing a bit of texture and stripes for a dose of effortless cold weather chic.

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Materials:

Yarn: the sample shown was made with 100 % wool approx. 465 m in 100 gr (508 yards in 3.5 oz); yarn weight: 4 ply (UK, AU), Fingering (USA), 1 or Superfine (standard yarn weight system).

Take 33 grams / 1.2 oz/ 166 yards of yarn A (brown in the sample shown);

and 22 grams / 0.8 oz/ 110 yards of yarn B (dark blue).

Suitable yarn brands:

www.ravelry.com/yarns/library/premier-yarns-serenity-sock-solids                            www.ravelry.com/yarns/library/lion-brand-sock-ease-solids                                      www.ravelry.com/yarns/library/malabrigo-yarn-sock

Hook: 2 mm or other to obtain gauge; additional hook 2.5 mm for foundation chain.

 

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Abbreviations in American crochet terms:

st(s) – stitch(es),

hdc – half double crochet,

dc – double crochet,

WS – wrong side,

RS – right side,

BL – the stitch is worked into back loop,

FL – the stitch is worked into front loop,

* – repeat from * to *,

ch – chain(s),

popcorn st – work 5 dc in specified st, take the hook out, insert it through the top of first made dc and into loose loop of last dc, grab the loop and pull it through this first dc.

 

Gauge: the width of 28 hdc sts is 10 cm = 4’’. While gauge is not crucial for this project, the finished size and yarn usage will be affected by any differences.

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COWL 

one size fits most:

circumference 56 cm = 22’’; stretchable to 60 cm = 23.6’’ all around

length from top to bottom 19 cm = 7.1’’

This project is worked in the round.

With a slightly bigger hook (2.5 mm in the sample shown) and yarn A chain 156, join last st with slip st into a ring, see that the chain is not twisted. The foundation chain should be big enough to go over your head.

Round 1 (RS): 2 ch (count as 1st hdc), work 1 hdc into BL of each st (= 156 hdc), finish with slip st in 2nd ch in the beginning of the Round, turn to work next Round in the opposite direction.

Round 2 (WS; replace 1st hdc with 2 ch): *1 hdc in FL of each 26 sts, 1 dc in FL of each 26 sts*, repeat from * to * across the Round (= 156 sts), finish with slip st in 2nd ch in the beginning of the Round, turn.

Rounds 3 and 5 (RS): work as Round 1.

Rounds 4 and 6 (WS): 2 turning ch (count as 1st hdc), work 1 hdc into FL of each st (= 156 hdc), finish with slip st in 2nd ch in the beginning of the Round, turn.

Cut and fasten off yarn A after completing 6 rounds, continue working with yarn B.

Round 7 (RS; replace 1st hdc with 2 ch): *1 hdc in BL of each 5 sts, popcorn st in both loops of next st*, repeat from * to * across the Round (= 156 sts), finish with slip st in 2nd ch in the beginning of the Round, turn.

Round 8 (WS; replace 1st hdc with 2 ch): *1 hdc into popcorn sts, 1 hdc in FL of each 5 sts*, repeat from * to * across the Round (= 156 sts), finish with slip st in 2nd ch in the beginning of the Round, turn.

Rounds 9 and 11 (RS): work as Round 1.

Round 10 (WS; replace 1st dc with 3 ch): *1 dc in FL of each 26 sts, 1 hdc in FL of each 26 sts*, repeat from * to * across the Round (= 156 sts), finish with slip st in 3rd ch in the beginning of the Round, turn.

Round 12 (WS): work as Round 4.

Change to yarn A (cut and fasten off yarn B).

Round 13 (RS; replace 1st hdc with 2 ch): 1 hdc in BL of each 3 sts, *popcorn st in both loops of next st, 1 hdc in BL of each 5 sts, *, repeat from * to * across the Round, after completing 1 hdc in BL of last 2 sts finish with slip st in 2nd ch in the beginning of the Round (= 156 sts), turn.

Round 14: work as Round 8.

Rounds 15, 17, 19, 21 and 23 (RS): work as Round 1.

Round 16: work as Round 2.

Rounds 18, 20, 22 and 24 (WS): work Round 4.

Change to yarn B (cut and fasten off yarn A).

Rounds 25, 27 and 29 (RS): work as Round 1.

Rounds 26, 28 and 30 (WS): work as Round 4.

Cut and fasten off, hide all ends, wash and shape.

Download the printable PDF-version with no adds for a small fee – press on this link

The PDF includes:

  • Photos of how to crochet popcorn stitch, work in back or front loops.
  • Chart
  • Customizing the width if your gauge fits.
  • Customizing the width if your gauge does not fit (suggestions for different yarn and hook).
While wearing the cowl turn out half of it to show a bit of its wrong side as shown in photos.

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