Cozy Shiplap Crochet Cowl

Cozy Shiplap Crochet Cowl
Cozy Shiplap Crochet Cowl

Let's say you're meeting your friends for lunch in a few minutes, and you think your outfit needs that extra "something." If you'd like to keep your outfit looking casual while also incorporating a stylish element, then the Cozy Shiplap Crochet Cowl should be the next easy crochet pattern that you plan to try. The crochet design has the perfect combination of an intricate pattern with plenty of fringe, resulting in a cowl that's cozy and comes complete with some serious style. Consider keeping this cowl on hand so you can wear it as soon as the temperature starts to dip.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge8 rows of 9 HHDC = 2" square, according to blogger

Materials List

  • 370 yards of Cascade Longwood Sport (blogger used Oatmeal)
  • H/8 or 5 mm hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Stitch marker

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Ive never worked the Herringbone Half Double, so I grabbed a hook and started on a sample swatch using only the written directions. I think I worked it out, but force of habit found me working a Double Crochet unless I paid close attention to what Im doing. I also checked the recommended video, and I was making the stitch correctly. Unlike the hat, this pattern IS worked with a join.

I am in love with cowls this past year and this one is a must make! I love the look of this Cozy Shiplap Crochet Cowl. The pattern is well written and easy to follow. I need to find the yarn she is talking about. I saved the pattern and will do a Google search to find the yarn, hoping it isn't too much.. I like the oatmeal color of this and it does look so elegant, I think it will help dress up any outfit. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I'm not sure where the name shiplap comes from, but the pattern is very, very nice. It's not overly busy or detailed. It's just enough to give something that can look boring using a basic stitch a little bit of interest. I have never used the yarn she references in the pattern. It gives the project a rich look, in my opinion. It is simple, but interesting! I love fringe, too. Go ahead with that fringe!


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