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Chunky Crochet Cowl

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Updated April 14, 2017
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Chunky Crochet Cowl
Chunky Crochet Cowl
This image courtesy of hopefulhoney.com

Update your cold weather look with this Chunky Crochet Cowl. This free crochet scarf pattern is thick and textured, and it's perfect for wrapping around your neck on a brisk, chilly day. This free crochet pattern calls for three skeins of super chunky yarn, so it's quick and easy to make. This cowl is the perfect layering piece. Throw this crochet scarf on top of a lighter peacoat or leather jacket, and you'll be chic and warm, no matter how chilly the weather gets.
To work this crochet cowl, you'll be working in rows and then joining (or seaming) the ends together, so no worries if you aren't comfortable working in the round! The free pattern features an easy repeating pattern and uses simple stitches to keep you going, so before you know it, you'll be all done and ready to stun!

History of Cowls
Did you know that the word "cowl" is derived from the Latin word "cuculla," meaning "hood?" Cowls were developed during the early-mid Middle Ages in Northern Europe as formal clothing for monks and others living a monastic life. Originally they were long, hooded clothing pieces with wide sleeves, but the word also could have referred to just the hooded part of a cloak. Over time, the cowl has adapted and changed, according to the times, to become the draping fabric around the neck that we know of today, as evidenced by the crochet cowl pattern shown here. 
 

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Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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Very stylish cowl. The wine color is awesome. This looks like a pretty easy project that would work up quickly. I dont really need anymore cowls, but my friends also seem to appreciate it when I find a new pattern and try it out on a little happy gift for one of them. Thanks for sharing your free pattern with us.

This cowl is so cute and stylish. I love making cowls and scarves for gifts, and with all of the chains in this cowl, it would be a really quick project. This one is going on my to do list for sure.

I'm a beginner crocheter, but after looking at the pattern... I'm cautiously optimistic. I think I can do this one! This would make a great Christmas gift for my mom. The only question is... can I finish it in 2 weeks?

I'm a beginner crocheter too, and it only took me a few hours! Since you're using such a large hook and large yarn, it's a quick and easy knit! I did have to rip back a few times because I skipped 2 or didn't chain after the half double crochet, so make sure to count your stitches after each row! Saves a ton of time )

I have got to try this one and SOON. This is suitable for beginners as it's just half-double crochets and skipped stitches. You work a repeat of this row after row, so the bonus is that it is great for "handy work" while you're watching Netfilx. Or in my case, my favorite horror movies. She picked a great color, too.

This looks like a beautiful cowl. I love the color and the chunky pattern. This is going on my to-do list!

Emily, I'm also loving how chunky this pattern is and the purple they choose for their example! I think this would look amazing in a dark maroon or very deep teal color as well!

Another great cowl pattern to try! This cowl gives such an elegant and delicate look even though it is crocheted using 14-ply super bulky yarn! If I understand the pattern correctly, the cowl is crocheted lengthwise for only 13 rows using 55 chains across to give a length of 42 inches and width of 14 inches.

This color would look amazing on my mom. Adds pattern to ever-growing list of patterns to make

What yarn is this, Olivia? It's so beautiful, I would love to find some.

This is my birthstone pattern! will make this asap

Followed directions to the " T " and mine is shorter looking than the one pictured . However ,I added 2 more rows- and this helped- LOVE the pattern - easy to do !

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