Work up this trendy crochet cowl using just 1 1/2 skeins of your favorite worsted weight yarn. This particular cowl shown here was made using Lion Brand Heartland yarn, which is available in both solid and tweed colors inspired by American landscape.
What I love the most about crochet designs like this is how the cowl hugs your neck and keeps you warm and cozy. Find even more crochet cowls like this right here.
A special thanks to Rebecca Langford of Little Monkeys Crochet for this exclusive pattern!
Eggnog Crochet Cowl
30” around x 10” tall
With I hook, 6 SC = 2”
CH, SC, DC, SL ST
- Yarn Approx. 280 yards of your favorite worsted weight yarn (I used Lion Brand’s Heartland)
- Hook Size I (5.50mm)
- Yarn needle and stitch marker
Pattern is written in American standard terms.
Pattern is begun in turned rounds, then switches to a seamless round and back again. These changes are noted in the pattern. Use a stitch marker during the seamless round to keep track of your rounds.
Round 1: SC in 2nd CH from hook and in each ST across. Join with a SL ST to top of first SC, being careful not to twist the round.
Round 2: CH1; turn. SC in each ST around. Join with a SL ST to to of first SC.
Rounds 3-7: Repeat Round 2.
You will now work in a seamless round. Do not join, chain or turn until instructed to do so.
Round 8: SK first ST. SC+DC in next ST. (SK next ST, SC+DC in next ST) around.
Round 9: SC+DC in first SC from previous round. SK next ST. (SC+DC in next ST, SK next ST) around. (Wondering if your placement is correct? Your SC+DC combos should be completed in the tops of each SC from previous row, with each DC from previous row being left empty.)
Rounds 10-26: (SC+DC in next ST, SK next ST) around.
Round 27: (SC+DC in next ST, SK next ST) around, substituting a (SC+SL ST) for the last (SC+DC) combination.
Round 28: CH1. SC in each ST around. Join with a SL ST to top of first SC.
You will now work in turned rounds.
Round 29: CH1; turn. SC in each ST around. Join with a SL ST to to of first SC.
Rounds 30-34: Repeat Round 29.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Tell Us: What do you love most about winter?
- Say “I Do” to this Fabulous Fascinator: Free Crochet Flower Pattern - April 12, 2019
- 16 Spring Crochet Patterns You’ll Love To Wear - March 12, 2019
- 17 St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Patterns You’ll Love - March 4, 2019