Simple Cowl Crochet Pattern is now part of a Blog Hop happening May 2023
This Cowl was in Sunflower Cottage Crochet Blog Hop in May 2023, The Donation Box Crochet Challenge, all items in that hop had been designed for the donation box at shelters and other community need projects.
In Case anyone missed out on that hop and was not able to get this cowl then; it is being entered into another blog hop! Stardust Gold Crochet is hosting an Autumn Harvest Blog Hop from October 1st to Halloween 2023. You can find the full Round up on her blog by clicking the Autumn Harvest Blog Hop photo.
While the Donate Challenge offered daily codes to download the pdf's in the Round-up for free during feature hours, in part to encourage people to make more for their community; the Autumn Harvest is going back to the basics of the standardized blog hops and you can follow the pattern for free on each blog. No coupon code is needed.
As this Hop is happening alongside the Scrap-Tastic Discounts Blog Hop and the Dollar Days Blog Hop, I will be offering the pdf version of this pattern for a Dollar on my feature day of this hop as well.
My feature day will be October 12th, 2023 and you can get the pattern for a dollar through the Autumn Harvest Get the Pattern Button; or with code AUTUMN through the Ravelry link.
Shout out to all who joined in the Donate Challenge and gave their patterns away for free during that hop, and welcome all the designers, many the same, that will be joining in on the Autumn Harvest hop!
While the written instructions for the Cowl can always be found for free here on my blog,
You can find the Simple Cowl pdf pattern on Ravelry and the e-pattern on Ribblr, which include a few photos that elaborate upon the written instructions.
Simple Cowl Crochet Pattern
Red Heart: Sage – 365yds
Red Heart: Country Blue- 50 yards
G (4.00mm) hook
Note: Rnds are worked continuous, no joining until noted to do so
Row/Rnd 1: leave a tail, Fhdc 92 (92)
*place a stitch marker in the last st of the row
Note: if you do not want to do a foundation hdc, you can ch 93, turn,
Hdc 92 in the bb of the chain
Note: The 1st dc of Rnd 2 will be worked into the 1st hdc of Row/Rnd 1, Make sure Row/Rnd 1 is not twisted when starting Rnd 2.
Rnd 2: dc 1, linked-dc 91 (92)
Note: placing a stitch marker in the last stitch of the Rnd can help track the Rnds Rnd 3: hdc 92 (92)
Rnd 4: dc 1, linked-dc 91 (92)
Rnd 5- 36: Repeat Rnd 3 for all odd Rnds and Rnd 4
for all even Rnds (92)
CC: Country Blue, tie off and weave in ends of Sage
Rnd 37-40: Repeat Rnd 3 for all odd Rnds and Rnd 4
for all even Rnds (92)
Rnd 41: [hdc2tog, hdc 44]x2 (90)
Rnd 42: hdc 90 (90)
Rnd 43: sc 90 (90)
Slst in next 2 st, cut & tie
Optional: With the tail from Rnd 1 you can loop through the
chain for the last foundation hdc and tie to close the slit from
making a foundation row
Weave in all ends.
Wear to stay warm!