Chunky Ribbed Cowl


"This Chunky Ribbed Cowl is a soft and cozy neckwarmer that is perfect for the cold weather months. It is made with just two skeins of bulky yarn and a size N 9mm crochet hook. This cowl is made with a simple half double crochet stitch worked in the back loops to form the ribbed look. You can easily resize the cowl for a smaller or more oversized cowl. You can even add more rows and leave the ends open to create a scarf."


Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge9.2 stitches & 4.8 rows = 4″

Finished SizeApproximately 13″ wide and 37″ long before seamed

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This is such a great and easy pattern, can't wait to make several of these in different colors and weights of yarn to give as gifts to friends and family members throughout the year. This is a classic pattern that would look great with any outfit or coat and I think would fit in with everyone's personal style.

My niece recently started crochet with me and found this to be such an easy pattern for her to keep up with. On this site it says to get size 5 yarn but when you click the link it says to use size 6. So just a little heads up! This pattern works great in any colour and is amazing as a starter beginner project or just a quick gift for someone ! Definitely going to make this project again, I absolutely loved it

The scarf gives a warm, cozy feeling. It is a simple that I should be able to complete over the weekend because it is made using bulky yarn, which is my favorite yarn as it means I can get to my desired length quickly! The pattern is simple as well.

This pattern calls for Super Bulky yarn and an N hook, so you know its going to work up fast! I love to pillage through the mill ends bin at my craft stores, and usually come up with some interesting colors and textures of bulky yarn. One of my latest finds was a dark olive green that would work up wonderfully well for this project. I debated using it on a cabled project, but I dont think the stitch pattern would show up as well as on the ribbed.

In the midst of a summer heat wave, its hard to get enthusiastic about a lovely thick cowl. But, when the winter winds bite, this would be a very stylish way to stay snug and warm. Best of all, it would be fairly quick and easy to make with the nice, chunky yarn.


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