It’s a great fashion accessory to complement your favorite casual outfit and bring a pop of color to your wardrobe. This bobble triangle cowl crochet pattern is easy enough for advanced beginners and trendy enough to delight anyone who receives on under the tree this year.
Designed by Janet of Janknits Hooked, the Serenity Snood is going to go on your must-make list, for sure!
Now, the Serenity Snood is a featured design in the Best of 30 Days of Cozy! Find the free pattern, below.
Are you ready to make your own? You’ll find the free pattern, below!
- 6.00 mm (J/10) crochet hook
- Size 4 yarn, on skein (I used Heartland by Lion Brand Yarn)
- CH: Chain
- SC: single crochet
- DC: double crochet
- SL: slip stitch
- ST(s): stitch/stitches
- Skill Level: Easy
- US Terminology
- Measurements: Around 24” around the neck (rows 1-7) 17” long
V Stitch: dc ch 1 dc in the same stitch
Bobble Stitch: Yarn over and go in the st 4X there should be 9 loops on the hook then pull through.
Serenity Snood Triangle Cowl Free Crochet Pattern
Ch 72 and join to make a circle
Row 1-7: ch 2 dc all around and join
Row 8: ch 4, dc in the same st, *skip 2 sts, dc, ch 1 dc in the same st* repeat, join to the third chain up (pic #2)
Row9: ch2 *sc ch1 sc in the ch1 space, sc next st * repeat and join. (Pic #4)
Row 10: slip st to the ch1 space, Ch 4, dc in same st, dc in the next ch 1 space, ch1 dc in the same st, dc in the next ch1 space, bobble st of 4,* repeat until the end and join
Row 11: repeat row 9
Row 12: sl st into next ch 1 space and ch 4 dc in same st, *dc, ch 1, dc in the next st* repeat 9x, 2 dc, ch 2, 2dc in the next ch 1 space, (that’s your increase) * dc ch1 dc in the next ch 1 space* repeat 11x and join
Row 13: repeat row 9 up until the center increase, sc, ch1, sc in between the 2 dc, sc ch2 sc in the ch2 space, repeat row 9 and join
Row 14: sl st into the ch1 space, ch 4 dc in the same st,*dc, ch1, dc in the next ch 1 space, dc, bubble st, dc in the next ch1 space, dc ch 1 dc in the next ch 1 space* repeat (2 V sts and a bobble) you’ll end with 2 V sts, go to the center and do and increase inside the chain one space and continue a V st in the next 2 ch 1 spaces, do a bobble sts in the next ch1 space and repeat, you’ll have 2 V sts before joining.
Row 15: Repeat row 13
Row 16: sl st to the ch1 space, ch4 do V sts throughout the whole row in all the ch1 spaces until you get to the center and do the increase continue with V sts until the end of the row and join.
Row 17: Repeat row 13
Row 18: repeat row 14 you’ll have one Vst before the center increase. After the increase do a V st in the next ch 1 space then a bobble st and repeat the 2 V sts and bobble until the end and join.
Row 19: repeat for 13
Row 20: repeat row 16
Row 21: repeat row 13
Row 22: repeat row 14 before the increase you’ll have a bubble st, after the increase continue the pattern with a bubble st, then 2 V sts, and a bubble st, repeat until end of row and join.
Row 23: repeat row 13
Row 24: repeat row 16
Row 25: repeat row: 13
Row 26: repeat row 14
Row 27: repeat row 13
Row 28: repeat row 16
Row 29: ch 2 go into the ch 1 space and do a sc, ch3, sc, sc between the two V sts, repeat all around and join. Cut your yarn weave in your end.
For the cord with a smaller hook make a ch that’s about 38”. Then add it to your snood go in and out of every 2 sts on the first row leaving 3 sts in between the entrance and exit.
I know you’re going to love making the Serenity Snood and I so look forward to seeing your finished product.