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The Crochet One Hour Cowl is the perfect first crochet project for a beginner since it uses only ones crochet stitch throughout the entire pattern. If you love quick & easy crochet patterns then read on down to find to get started on your 1 hour crochet cowl today!
Crochet Beginner 1 Hour Cowl Pattern
The whole one hour cowl uses the half double crochet stitch which makes it works up extremely fast. If you are new to crochet then this cowl is for you! I promise it will make learning how to crochet seem like a breeze. If you’d like to learn how to make a half double crochet stitch in crochet “Click Here” to follow the RPD tutorial. 🙂
The Yarn you’ll need for this chunky beginner cowl
This cowl uses less than 2 skeins of Cozy Wool from Michaels which is a thick, chunky yarn. Bulky yarn is perfect to use on projects like this because it works up so fast and is looks so cozy! If you can’t find this yarn I would suggest using WET&Q from LionBrand as a substitute which can easily be found most anywhere online including my go to shopping place, Amazon.com. 🙂
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LET’s Get Started on your One Hour COwl Today!
If you are ready to make this simple crochet cowl then read on down for the full, FREE pattern! If you prefer video tutorial instead subscribe to my YouTube channel so you never miss out on a free pattern!
Happy Crocheting Friends!
ONE HOUR Beginner COWL CROCHET PATTERN
Skill Level: Beginner
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
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THE Free Cowl PATTERN
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!
That’s it! The One Hour Cowl is now complete! If you liked this pattern you will probably also like the
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