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Seriously Amazing Crochet Cowl

Seriously Amazing Crochet Cowl
Seriously Amazing Crochet Cowl
This image courtesy of redheart.com

Red Heart Medley yarn is used to work up the Seriously Amazing Crochet Cowl. It's a bulky weight yarn that's easy to work with, so you can start and finish this free crochet pattern in just an evening or less. It's always a fun experience to crochet with variegated yarn like this because the colors automatically blend together without any effort on your part. This printable crochet pattern from our friends at Red Heart Yarns will keep you stylish and warm at the same time.

NOTES:
-Cowl is worked in continuous rounds. Do not join unless instructed to do so.
-Beginning chains are twisted before joining. Lay the chains flat with back bars facing, hold one end in place, twist the chains once so back bars are again facing, then join with slip stitch in first chain.
-There is no right or wrong side to this piece so cowl can be worn with either side facing.

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Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge4 pattern repeats = 6” (15 cm) in pattern. Note: 1 pattern repeat consists of one single crochet, 3 chains, and one double crochet. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

Finished SizeCowl measures 12” long x 32” circumference (30.5 x 81.5 cm)

Materials List

  • RED HEART® Medley™: 3 balls 934 Energy
  • Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 10mm [N-15 US]
  • Yarn needle, stitch marker

Cowl Pattern

  1. Ch 67 loosely; twist and join with slip st in first ch.

  2. Round 1: Ch 1, working in back bars, sc in same ch as join and in each ch around; join with slip st in first sc—67 sc. Place marker on first sc and move up as each round is completed.

  3. Round 2: Ch 1, (sc, ch 3, dc) in same st as join, *skip next 2 sc, (sc, ch 3, dc) into next sc; repeat from * around—23 sc, 23 dc, and 23 ch-3 sps.

  4. Round 3: (Sc, ch 3, dc) in each ch-3 space around.

  5. Repeat Round 3 until piece measures 12” (30.5 cm) or desired length; join with slip st in first sc. Fasten off.

  6. Finishing: Weave in ends.

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Simple but elegant this Seriously Amazing Crochet Cowl. This would I guess stand out more if worn over a cream or mocha top. You could do this in another color of your choice. Great as gift for a friend, sister, mom, sis in law. Cheers!

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Seriously, this cowl is amazing and what makes it even better is that you can finish it in one evening. Bulky yarn is easy to work with and works up very quickly. So many different says the change this up with different color combinations. Just make the beginning chain longer and this could be worked into an infinity scarf.

Very pretty and because I already know that my daughter and I are going to have a tug of war I may as well may two. I already have a similar yarn in my stash and am thinking of making the 2nd one in a plain color, perhaps a denim blue. The fact that it is a quick project is also great because I really have a list of so many things to make.

Seriously, this cowl is amazing and what makes it even better is that you can finish it in one evening. Bulky yarn is easy to work with and works up very quickly. So many different says the change this up with different color combinations. Just make the beginning chain longer and this could be worked into an infinity scarf.

Although this pattern calls for a heavier weight yard, it does not look too bulky. You can never have too many cowls here in New York City. The extra warmth around the neck always comes in handy.

iM GOING TO TRY THIS PATTERN,LOOKS REALLY NICE

I love this cowl---I usually prefer an infinity scarf to a cowl because I like the way the scarves lay better. But this cowl really looks full and nice. Love the yarn, too!

Easy pattern with a nice, textured look.

I love making crochet hats. I walk a lot, so I make different colored hats to match my coats. I also make a lot of hats for Christmas to give away to less fortunate adults and children.

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