The quick one hour cowl crochet pattern is the perfect first crochet project for a beginner since it uses only the half double crochet stitch and makes learning how to crochet seem like a breeze! Read on down to find the full, FREE pattern and get started on your crochet cowl today!
When I was designing my cowl I wanted to be sure it would work up fast so I picked up 2 skeins of Cozy Wool from Michaels which is a thick, chunky yarn! On a side note If you like fast cowl projects, then you may like my Leigh Crochet Cowl Pattern , Double Crochet Cowl Pattern and many more found in my crochet scarf archives!
Like I mentioned before, I used 2 skeins of Cozy wool in Goldenrod, which is one of my favorite colors that is yarn comes in! If you can’t find this yarn, then you could just use any bulky 6 yarn as a substitute and it would work just as well! I also used a 9mm Boye crochet hook to complete this cowl! If you are ready to make this simple crochet cowl then read on down for the full, FREE pattern!
ONE HOUR COWL CROCHET PATTERN
- 2 skeins of Loops n Threads Cozy Wool or 180 yards of –super bulky (6) yarn–.
- –Crochet hook 9 MM–
- –Large Yarn Needle–
- CH = Chain
- ST = Stitch
- SL ST = Slip Stitch
- HDC = Half Double Crochet
- Gauge = 5 HDC’s = 4″
- Finished Size = 28″ circumference & 13″ height || fits most teen – adults
- CH’s 2 do not count as a ST (skip them)
- Written in Standard US terms
- Printable PDF – PRINTABLE PDF LINK
Click here to –Add to Ravelry–
Round 1: CH 40, SL ST to first CH to form a circle, taking care not to twist. (40)
Round 2: CH 2, HDC in 3rd CH from the hook, HDC in every CH around, SL ST to top of first HDC. (40)
Round 3: CH 2, HDC in first ST, HDC in every ST around, SL ST to top of first HDC. (40)
Round 4-14: Repeat round 3. (40)
Finishing: After round 14 fasten off with scissors and weave in loose ends throughout cowl with yarn needle.
YOU ARE FINISHED!
I hope you enjoyed this one hour cowl crochet pattern and as always, thanks for stopping by!
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