Textured Crochet Cowl Free Pattern
How about this beautiful, textured crochet cowl free pattern, I love everything about this one. From the feel of the yarn (it is amazing) to the warmth from the cowl and the color of the yarn is out of this world.
If you want a little snug textured crochet cowl, you might love this one. The other thing is that you can totally make this wider or even more fitted!
It is refreshing to know that I am not the only one who loves this textured crochet cowl, my kids also approve.
As part of the winter wonderland hop, you get the free download of this pattern today only!
The yarn used for this prototype is just so perfect. It glides off the hook and in no time, I have completed this project. Although, the braided chains would look more beautiful if made with a yarn with a single shade.
This textured crochet cowl is available as a free pattern, simply scroll down for the pattern. You can however get the print friendly version using the links below
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Materials needed for the easy crochet neck warmer
Muse Hand Painted Worsted, 100% Superwash Merino Wool, 114 yards/104 m per 100g Skein
Sample made in Serenity Tonal and White
Main Color (MC) – Serenity Tonal
COntrasting color (CC) = white
180 ( 200, 220, 240) yards
Hook and other Materials
6 mm Crochet Hook
14 sts over 9 Rows = 4” across, made using hdc, before blocking.
Adjust hook size, if necessary, to obtain gauge.
- Please kindly read through the pattern before starting.
- Any other #4 weight yarn can be substituted.
Difficulty Level – Intermediate
Terms – US Terminology
Chain/chains – ch/chs
Single Crochet – sc
Half double crochet – hdc
Double crochet – dc
Slip Stitch – sl st
FLO – Front Loop Only
Loop = Chain 12
Sizes -Infants (Toddler, Child, Child, Teen, Adult large)
Instructions for the textured crochet cowl free pattern
Section 1 – Brim
With MC – Chain 70 (80, 90, 100) Join with a sl st with the first chain.
The foundation chain should easily slide down your neck.
Round 1: Ch 2, hdc in each ch around, join with a sl st, place stitch marker, and move it after each round. 70 (80, 90, 100) hdc
Rounds 2 – 6: In 3rd loop, hdc in each st around. 70 (80, 90, 100) hdc
Section 2 – Body of the textured crochet cowl free pattern
Round 7: In FLO, hdc in each st around. 70 (80, 90, 100) hdc
Rounds 8 – 10 (10, 12, 14): In 3rd loop, hdc in each st around. 70 (80, 90, 100)hdc
Please note that the progress photos are from another project to show how the loops look.
Round 12 (12, 14, 16): Hdc in each st around, note to keep all loops unworked and keep all them on the right side. 70 (80, 90, 100) hdc
- Keep your loops (ch 12) in a straight line, and place a stitch marker in the first chain of each loop, this would help you keep track of where to put the next loop.
Braiding the loops
- Start with the first 2 vertical ch 12, pass 2nd up through the first loop.
- Pass the 3rd loop through the 2nd loop
- Pass the 4th through the 3rd, continue until all loops have been worked, and secure with a stitch marker
- Repeat the instructions with the remaining sets of loops, each row at a time.
Round 17 (21, 23, 23, 25): Hdc in first st, pick up the first loop left, hdc over this loop, hdc in next 5 sts, slip off the second loop and work hdc through it, hdc in each of the remaining sts around, join. 70 (80, 90, 100) hdc
Rounds 18 (22, 24, 24, 26) – 23 (27, 29, 29, 32): in 3rd loop, Hdc in each round. 70 (80, 90, 100) hdc
I hope to see your neck warmers made using this easy textured crochet cowl free pattern. When you do, kindly tag me with your beautiful cowls