If you are looking for an easy crochet pattern that is a joy to make. This woodland cozy cowl is just the one. I love making patterns that I don’t have to think much about. To me, this is very relaxing and helps me dust off the days events and get to sleep right away.
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This woodland cozy cowl crochet pattern is a great beginner pattern. You can create one yourself in an afternoon. This Lion Brand yarn feels so soft against my neck. An infinity cowl is easy to pull over my head add a brooch and go. I just think the addition of a brooch adds just the right amount of accessory to the cowl. Wear this every day to feel just a bit more dressed up when the weather gets cool.
The photo of this cowl show a brooch worn on the side. It can really dress up a scarf or a cowl and help keep it in place. Here is a link to a handmade section where you can find a number of beautiful and one-of-a-kind piece Amazon Handmade . There are so many talented artists that I feel the need to give them support rather than a large chain store.
Directions: Woodland Cozy Cowl Crochet Pattern
1 Skein Lion Brand Home Spun Herb Garden
CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SP = space
ST = Stitch
YO = Yarn Over
Chain 70 and join to first Ch with a SL ST. Being careful not to twist.
Round 1: CH 3, CH 1 skipping a ST. *DC, CH 1 skipping a ST, DC in next St*. Repeat from * until the last ST then SL ST into the top ST from the initial CH 3previous row.
Round 2: CH 3, insert hook into the previous row CH 1 space (not the stitch itself, the space between the two DC from the previous row) , YO draw through the yarn and complete a DC. *CH 1, insert hook into previous row CH 1 SP, YO draw through the yearn and complete a DC*. Repeat from * until the last ST then insert hook into the initial CH 3 space and SL ST
Rounds 3-9: CH 3. *CH 1, insert hook into previous row CH 1 SP, YO draw through the yearn and complete a DC*. Repeat from * until the last ST then insert hook into the initial CH 3 space, and SL ST
When complete, pull the yarn through the last ST and weave in the ends.
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Here is another cowl you might be interested in. Pattern is very much like this one…just a few less chains and two less rows. Enjoy
This pattern below is a very popular pattern. It is much easier than it looks.