A beautiful, simple crochet cowl pattern. The Emily cowl is crocheted flat in a simple repeating rib pattern that is really fun to do, and it looks like a knit cowl! If you know how to slip stitch and single crochet, you can make this cowl too.
What you need:
Yarn: Any Worsted weight yarn
Yardage: approx. 120 yards.
US Hook 8 (5.0mm)
sc: single crochet
sl: Slip stitch
Gauge: 14sts. & 10 rows = 4” in pattern
Row 1: Sc into each ch, ch1, turn
Row 2: sl into each sc, ch 1, turn
Row 3: sc into each sl, ch1, turn
Repeat rows 2 & 3 until piece measures 8 inches in width.
Finishing the cowl:
Cut yarn, leaving about a 10inch (25cm) tail. Lay the piece flat and fold in half with right side facing upwards. Sew seam. Weave in ends.
I hope you enjoyed crocheting this cowl. Look out for a matching hat pattern next week!
One of the things I love about crochet is the ability to create a long chain and crochet all the way across. I wanted a scarf that was high-fashion, yet inexpensive and easy to make, ridiculously long, and dramatic. I came up with this very simple pattern that works for worsted weight yarn- and love the results! It’s a great T.V. crochet project, with it’s long rows, and simple stitches. It is also surprisingly quick to make since you only turn your work 8 times! The scarf wraps around 3 times, and is still dramatically long!
Yarn Used In This Pattern:
Dc: Double Crochet
Tr: Treble crochet (U.S.) (triple crochet)
1. Dc in 4th ch from hook and each remaining chain. Ch 4, Turn
2. Tr in 1st dc, and each remaining dc. Ch 2, turn
3. Dc in 1st tr and each remaining tr.
4. Ch 2, turn. Dc in 1st 2 dc, *3dc into nect dc, sk2, 3dc into next dc ; repeat from * until 2 sts remain, dc last 2 sts.
5. Ch 2, turn. Dc in 1st dc and each remaining dc.
6. Ch 4, turn. Tr in 1st dc, and each remaining dc. Ch 2, turn.
7. Ch 2, turn. Dc in 1st tc and each remaining tc.
8. Rep. Row 4
9. Rep. Row 5
Chain 1, and pull yarn out of loop. Weave in ends.
I’m loving this triangle crochet stitch! I wanted a light scarf for these cool May- and probably June- days. Damn Ohio! I was lucky enough to get out with my photographer friend Carrie for some pro- photos that turned out absolutely dreamy! You can check out Carrie’s site here. I used worsted weight yarn, and a size US I9 (5.5mm) hook. But you can do this pattern in any multiple of 4+2 stitches, so feel free to use any weight yarn you like!
Yarn: I Love This Yarn
Colorway: Iced Violet
Hook Size: I9 (5.5mm)
(Gauge not important for this pattern)
Ch 30 (or a multiple of 4+2) sts.
Row 1: Sc into 2nd ch. from hook and into each remaining ch; ch 1, Turn.
Row 2: Sc in first st *ch 3, sk 3 sts., sc in next st; rep. from * across; ch 1, turn.
Row 3: *Sc in next ch-3 sp, ch3, in same space work: (tr, dc, hdc, sc); rep from * across, ch 6, turn.
Row 4: Sc in 3rd ch of next tc; *ch 3, sc in 3rd ch of next tc (the top st. on the triangle); rep. from * across. until last triangle, ch3, Sc into last sc, Ch-1, turn.
Rep. rows 3 & 4 until scarf reaches desired length.
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