I am tempted to name this crochet cowl pattern “The Riverdale”.
Or, I could name it “Binge Worthy” because it is so easy to crochet you can binge your favourite show, or binge make them while you binge watch. I must have watched a whole season while I was working on this crochet cowl. Every night I finished 1-2 inches while Christian and I watched.
However, the Caron Cakes Latte yarn by Yarnspirations steals the show on this one!
This crochet cowl is made entirely of single crochet. I chose an 8mm hook because as we all know – I am a REALLY slow crocheter! I knew that the Caron Cakes Latte Crochet Cowl was going to take me a while but in the end would totally be worth the time. In fact, the hardest part of this cowl was deciding on which colour to use. The yarn was a no brainer – once I felt the soft lushness of the Yarnspirations Caron Latte Cakes there was no need to look any farther.
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This crochet cowl pattern is written to fit snuggly. I wanted something that was more than just for fashion but was actually going to keep me warm while walking my dog. A cowl that I could pull up over my face if the wind started to blow and it got really cold.
If you want a cowl that is a little longer just crochet more chains at the beginning and it will make for a longer cowl. I crocheted until the skein was almost completely gone, but saved a little to make a matching headband. Of course you can always crochet until the skein is entirely gone.
In the end, this cowl ended up measuring 14″ x 52″. I am a plus size and it is snug on me, so if you are on the small size you may want to chain a few less at the beginning.
Alas…. we begin!
(1) This pattern is written in American Standard Terms. If you are from the UK then you will be working with double crochet (dc).
(2) Crochet Cowl is worked continuously in rounds. Mark each round with a stitch marker and be sure to count.
(3) If you are a beginner and you find working in the rounds difficult you can work in rows. Be sure to count stitches after each row. Once you have reached your desired length sew short ends together.
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
st – stitch
sts – stitches
sl st – slip stitch
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14″ x 52″
Not required for this pattern. With no gauge your cowl may end up a bit smaller or a bit bigger.
ENTIRE NECK WARMER IS WORKED IN CONTINUOUS ROUNDS
Using 8.00 mm hook
Ch 140, join with slip stitch (be sure not to twist chain when joining)
Rnd 1: Sc in 1st and each stitch around. Do not join at end of round – work rounds continuously.
Repeat round 1 until cowl measures 14″ or desired length.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
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