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Chevron Crochet Cowl

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Updated March 10, 2014
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Add a pop of color to your outfit with the Chevron Crochet Cowl. A simple ripple design is used to give this crocheted cowl a visually appealing design. Crocheted scarves like this have no beginning and no end, and it's meant to keep your neck warm and cozy. Work up this easy crochet pattern using your favorite four colors of worsted weight yarn. It measures 13.5 inches long by 13.5 inches wide when complete.

Chevron Crochet Cowl
Chevron Crochet Cowl
This image courtesy of cre8tioncrochet.com

Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I'm making this cowl and my stitches are increasing. Do I misunderstand that I should be putting two stitches in the last stitch at both the end of a row and the beginning of the next row?

Nevermind. User error. I just reread the pattern.

I love chevrons and this cowl looks pretty awesome! I crocheted a multi-colored chevron sweater long ago but lost the pattern. It is probably a good idea to make this stylish cowl to refresh my chevron making skills. Love how the colored chevrons are just at the front. So glad I came across this pattern.

This cowl pattern is such a pretty one. They make great gifts as they can be customized to the wearer. You could add as many or as few rows of color as you'd like, and if you want a looser fit, just add a few more rows until it fits you comfortably. These cowls also are popular at craft fairs!

This has made a beautiful cowl. I love it. Use a super soft yarn so that it's not itchy.

Looking at the finished size of 13 1/2 inches, I would have to guess this fits VERY tightly over the head. Most adult hats are around 20-21 inches around. It's pretty but I would make it bigger around.

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