Starlight Button Cowl

Starlight Button Cowl
Starlight Button Cowl

"This chunky Starlight Button Cowl has a knit-like look and is the perfect cozy accessory for a cold winter day. MATERIALS: Approximately 157 yds of Category 6 Super Bulky Yarn; I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick* in the Starlight colorway Size P 10mm Crochet Hook* Yarn Needle* for weaving ends Scissors* 3 – 1.25″ Toggle Buttons* Needle and thread This pattern is written in US terms. Sizing will vary depending on how tightly or loosely you crochet. Gauge is not necessary for this pattern but if you would like to keep the sizing the same, please check your gauge before starting this project. This pattern begins with a set of rows that creates a ribbing and is then turned to work into the side of the rows for the rest of the cowl pattern. The skipped sts in Row 53 of the ribbing section are the button holes for the top of the cowl."


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge7.6 stitches & 5.6 rows = 4″

Finished SizeApproximately 28″ in diameter and 11″ wide

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For the woman who is a little more practical and simplistic in her style, she may not like all those fringe oversized shawl patterns out there. Now here is a great alternative! Not only is it stylish, but it will really keep the cold out. A more form fitting style like this is suitable for wear over a simple fleece jacket or a sweater. Dare I say, could this even be worn by a guy?! After you change up the color to a deep navy and browse other button choices... It may work!

I love the sophisticated look of this cowl, but after seeing how huge it turns out as modeled by the little girl, I think Ill opt for working it in regular worsted weight instead of bulky. This is definitely an Intermediate pattern as it calls for working the ribbing and then turning the entire work to complete the bottom of the project.

What a big chunky cowl! I bet it is nice and comfy for cold weather. It has a very interesting style that looks like knitting, and I like the button embellishments. With the super bulky/super chunky yarn and big hook it should work up quickly, and the pattern is easy to follow.


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