Star Gazer's Cowl Hood

Star Gazer's Cowl Hood

Star Gazer's Cowl Hood
Star Gazers Cowl Hood

"This crochet cowl is perfect for the coldest winter days. Wear is as a cowl around your neck or pull it up to wear as a loose hood. This is a perfect pattern for an advanced beginner looking to learn a new stitch: the star stitch. A video tutorial is available for learning support. This pattern requires one skein of Lion Brand Scarfie yarn or approximately 312 yards of a similar bulky weight yarn and a M/N/9.0 mm crochet hook."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • One skein of Lion Brand Scarfie yarn or approx. 312 yards of a comparable yarn
  • 9.0mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

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I could have used this the other night! It was peak time for the annual Orionids, and wouldnt you know it, after the warmest October on record, we suddenly get lows in the 20s! And howling winds to boot. I love working the Star Stitch anyway but dont often see instructions for doing it in the round. The designer provides a very nice embedded video. Even if you dont work the cowl, do watch the video. Always pays to expand your skills.

This one is really nice looking cowl with the added bonus of a built in hood. YOu do not have to wear the hood. In fact for me, I probably wouldn't. I actually just prefer the extra material around my neck and upper chest for cozy warmth. Who else is loving this new Scarfie yarn?!

Lovely, lovely Stargazer's Cowl Hood. The hood will protect your head and ears from the severe cold which could eventually make you sick when these parts of your body are not properly protected from the elements. For those who are not comfortable wearing bonnets and hats during the cold season, this one is perfect for you. You can make several of this in a colors of your choice.

This is the kind of thing I definitely need to get through Chicago winters. I don't normally like wearing hats because I have big and frizzy hair, so this is a great way to still keep my head and ears warm without getting hat hair afterward.

Everyones eyes have been turned toward the heavens this week with the rare solar eclipse that we were lucky enough to experience. This is an excellent accessory for the upcoming winter months and now I have plenty of time to work on it with the kids going back to school. Maybe can make some for gifts.


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