Friday, October 9, 2020

Super Spooky Cowl, Free Crochet Pattern + Video


The Super Spooky Cowl is a bright, fun, and festive cowl that celebrates Halloween, fall, and beyond!  Sport weight, luxurious yarn gives this cowl gorgeous drape and puff stitches show off the variegated yarn like colorful gems too!

Want a little help? There's a full video tutorial below too! 

Super Spooky Cowl
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Materials:

Finished Sizing:
  • 14 inches tall
  • 22 inch circumference


Instructions:

*Note: To work a puff stitch (round 2 of the pattern), wrap yarn around hook, insert hook into stitch and bring up a loop (3 loops on the hook), Wrap yarn around hook again, insert back into the same stitch and bring up a loop (5 loops on the hook).  Wrap yarn around hook again, insert back into the same stitch and bring up a loop (7 loops on the hook).  Wrap yarn around hook and bring the hook through all 7 loops.  Chain 1 to close the top of the stitch.

Ch 100, then join in the furthest chain with a slip stitch, being careful not to twist the chain. (to change the circumference of your cowl, any even number for your starting chain will work)

Round 1: Ch 4 (counts as a dc, ch 1) *skip the first ch, then work a (dc, ch 1) in the next st. *Skip the next ch, then work a (dc, ch 1) into the next ch.  Repeat from * around.  Join to close round with a slip stitch in the third chain up from the series of chains from the beginning of the round.

Round 2: Ch 3, then work a (puff stitch, then ch 1) into the each stitch around (dc from previous round).  Join to close round with a slip stitch in the third chain up from the series of chains from the beginning of the round.

Round 3: Ch 4, then work a (dc, ch 1) into the top of each stitch around (ch 1 from each puff stitch from previous round).  Join to close round with a slip stitch in the third chain up from the series of chains from the beginning of the round.

Repeat rounds 2 and 3 until cowl is 14 inches tall (or desired height).  I recommend ending the cowl on round 3 (dc round) for the neatest edge.

Weave in any ends that remain and you're finished!


© Jennifer Dickerson 2020

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