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Under an Hour Cowl

By: Brittany from completecaptivation.blogspot.com
Updated November 28, 2018
Under an Hour Cowl
Under an Hour Cowl

Got sixty minutes to spare? Make yourself this free crochet scarf pattern. The Under an Hour Cowl is a quick pattern to work up using any color bulky yarn you have. It's a great accessory to have on hand when you need to stay warm. Complete this free pattern on your commute to work or during your lunch break using just one skein of yarn.

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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I really like this project. The pattern is very simple and repetitive in that each row is worked with only one of three stitchesSingle, Double, and Triple Crochet. The only minor change I would make is to work a Foundation Single Crochet instead of the starting chain. The work would be a little more stable for the next row of Triples. In addition, the last row worked in also a Single Crochet, so the Foundation would balance the pattern out.

Love the colors used in this chunky cowl. I am not sure if it is quite long enough to wrap around twice- it looks like it is sort of a weird length for that. I would almost want to make it a tad bit shorter because I am very busty- and it looks like it would fall right over my largest parts! -)

Crochet cowl scarves are continuing to trend, and this scarf is a must have. Since I have been crocheting for the better part of 20 years, I have accumulated lots of yarn, so, off to my stash of yarn to find bulky and chunky yarns. I always try my new patterns by using yarn that I have at home. The pattern was easy to follow, and the finished product proved to be a winner. In fact, I liked it enough to make more than one. Since I don't have alot of bulky yarn, I simply used two strands to create visually interesting tweeds. This scarf is on my list for Holiday gifts for friends and family.

I saw a t-shirt that you'd appreciate today! It said "I will not buy any fabric until I use up my stash at home." I said. And then I laughed and laughed." It's really great that you can try new patterns out of your stash that you have! Thanks also for the reminder of using two strands to create a bulkier yarn when I don't have one. Happy crocheting!

Because I mainly work outdoors I use cowls in late fall and winter to keep my neck cosy so I will definitely be looping this one around my neck instead of having it hanging down but I love the pattern, the colors and the fact the it uses a chunky yarn. I may use a larger size hook for the really thick yarn but will first do a test piece. The pattern is lovely and so are the colors so unusual I think.

I think I will try this soon, since it doesn't take alot of time to do. Thank you for the pattern! crochet mom

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