Simple Ribbon Crochet Cowl

Simple Ribbon Crochet Cowl

The Simple Ribbon Crochet Cowl is an easy crochet pattern to make using Reclaimed Sari Ribbon yarn. This particular reclaimed yarn is available in a variety of fun colors, but the colorway shown here is called "At the Bahamas." All you need is two skeins of yarn to work up this colorful crocheted scarf, and a jumbo crochet hook (size N or larger). This pretty cowl is a great way to keep your neck warm while also added a quick pop of color to your outfit.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • 2 Skeins (just in case 1 isn't quite enough) of your choice of Sari Ribbon yarn
  • A very large crochet hook (size N or larger)
  • Stitch Marker

While using sari ribbon, I recommend crocheting very loosely. The many different sari ends that come together to make this yarn can vary in width, feel and flexibility. As long as you crochet fairly loosely, the differences will be easy to handle!

Ch 40, sl st into first ch to join into a large circle. Be very careful not to twist the chain! You can now test for the size you like. Put the circle you just made over your head. Does it seem too long? Just take out a few chains. Too short? Just add some. Ch1, sc into 2nd ch from hook. Place the stitch marker in this sc. Sc into every st around. Sl st to join into the marked sc. Round 1 completed. Ch1, sc into first st. Place stitch marker into this sc. Sc into every st around. Sl st to join into the marked sc. Round 2 completed. Repeat step 3 until cowl is at the desired width. Its a little tricky to tell, but it looks like 8-10 rounds total in the cowl pictured. Finish off, weave in all ends. Thats it!

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