Isn’t this cowl gorgeous?! It’s brought to us, today, by Jennifer of Jennae’s DIY Designs. And it’s a featured design in the Best of 30 Days of Cozy.
We’re kicking things off with this amazing Sirena’s Chunky Cowl from Jennifer Orengo of Jennae’s DIY Studio. This two-color chunky winter cowl crochet pattern works up quickly with bulky yarn and a 6mm hook. It has such a unique look, I just love it! Take a peek.
Are you ready to make your own?
- Caron x Pantone (3.5 oz/100 g; 127 yds/116 m)
- Main Color 3 skeins of 1 braid
- Contrast Color 3 skeins of 1 braid
- 6.00 mm (US J/10) crochet hook
- Tapestry needle
- CC = Contrast Color
- Ch = Chain(s)
- Ch sp = Chain space
- MC = Main Color
- Rep = Repeat
- Rnd(s) = Round(s)
- Sc = Single crochet
- Sl st = Slip stitch
- Sk = skip
- Sp S-st = Special Shell stitch = 2 dc, ch, 2 dc
- St(s) = Stitch(es) V-st = V-stitch = dc, ch, dc
- Size: One size fit most adults. Approx 24″ around the neck and 8″ tall (top to bottom).
- Gauge: 15 double crochets X 7 rows = 4″ square
- Before working, read all the pattern for better understanding.
- When working in rounds, each row is worked with a different color.
- Leave the color behind and work the round with the color assigned. Repeat this for all rows.
- Weave ends when finished.
Sirena’s Cowl Crochet Pattern
With MC ch 90.
Working in rnd.
Row 1: Make sure to not twist the ch. Sl st on first ch to make a circle. Ch 3 (counts as dc), dc inside the back bump of each ch. This will give you a better look on your cowl.
Row 2: With CC sl st in first dc. Ch 3, [1 dc, ch 1, 2 dc] in same space as sl st (sp s-st created), ch 1. *Sk 5 dc, sp s-st in next sc, ch 1*. Rep * to *. Sl st in ch space, sl st on top of dc, sl st in next space.
Row 3: With MC *ch 1, sc in space of sp s-st, ch 1, v-st inside 3rd dc from row below*. Rep * to *. Ch 1.
Row 4: With CC sl st on top of sc. *Sp s-st inside the v-st space, ch 1*. Rep * to *.
Row 5: With MC sl st, ch 3, 1 dc in sc (v-st created). *Ch 1, sc in space of sp s-st, ch 1, v-st inside sc from row below.* Rep * to *. Ch 1, sc in space of sp s-st, ch1.
Row 6: With CC sl st inside v-st. [Ch 3, 1 dc, ch 1, 2 dc] in same space as sl st (sp s-st created). Ch 1, *sp s-st inside next v-st, ch 1*. Rep * to *. Sl st in ch space, sl st on top of dc, sl st in next space.
Row 7: With MC. *Ch 1, sc in space of sp s-st, ch 1, v-st inside sc from row below*. Rep * to *. Ch 1.
Row 8 to 19: Rep rows 4 to 7, 3 more times.
Row 20: Sl st inside on top of sc. Ch 3, dc inside ch 1 spaces, on top of every dc and sc. Sl st on top dc, ch 1.
Fasten off and weave all ends.
Optional: Sew the tag. I used the MC to attach it to the cowl. (Click here to find the perfect tags for your project.)
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