Winter is here friends! I wanted to share this super cozy crochet cowl pattern with you. It works up so quick, it has so much texture and best of all it keeps you nice and toasty! This has been a great go to for craft shows and markets for me. I hope you enjoy whipping these up just as much as I do 🙂
Size 6 Super Bulky Yarn- 250 yards
10 mm N Crochet Hook
3 Buttons (1 inch- 2 inch buttons)
Stitches to know:
SC- Single Crochet
DC- Double Crochet
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This piece is worked flat, into a rectangle then folded and fastened via buttons to create a cowl.
You will turn your work after each Row.
When you see things in ( ) that means all instructions inside brackets will be placed in the same stitch/space.
Row 1- SC in 2nd Ch from hook. SC in each Ch across. (21 SC)
Row 2- Ch 1 turn, SC in first st, Ch 1, DC in same stitch. *Skip 2 sts, (SC, Ch 1, DC) in next st. * Repeat * * until last st, SC in last st.
Row 3- Ch 1 turn, SC in first st. *(SC, Ch 1, DC) in the Ch 1 space from previous Row. * Repeat * * until last st, SC in last st.
Repeat Row 3 until you reach Row 60 (or until you reach the length you want)
Row 61- Ch 1 turn, SC in every stitch and Ch 1 space across. (23 SC)
Tie off. Weave in any tails you may have.
Lay your piece flat long ways.
Pick up the right end, fold down and over towards the center.
This is the side we will attach your buttons! Grab your 3 buttons, yarn needle and thread or yarn to sew on your buttons. Make sure your yarn needle can fit through your button hole! I used crochet thread and a thin darning needle to sew on these buttons.
Place your first button at the bottom corner. Sew on.
Take the left side of your piece and fold down over top the right side. Use the width of the left side to see where to place your top button. You want the bottom point to have a button (where the two ends come to a point at the bottom) another button at the top of your left side edge, and a button in between the two.
Refer to minute 8 of this youtube video for more visual help for button placement.
This is how your finished Cowl should look!
I would love to see all the button cowls you make! Be sure to tag me on Instagram @sierrascraftycreations 🙂 Happy Crocheting friends!!