Glowing Seas Cowl

A Free Crochet Pattern

I designed this pattern a while back, but never got the time to get actually write it out. So, I’ve just been hanging on to it with the intention of posting it later in the year. But, a few weeks ago, I decided I wanted to go a head and post it. Half the year is over already and before you know, it will be Fall.This cowl is warm enough for those breezy fall days, but light enough that you don’t feel like your baking in an oven.

I am excited to say, I am participating in the Fall Wearable Blog Hop, hosted by desamourdesigns.com. Everyday a new designer gives away a pdf copy of a particular pattern. On October 10th, you will be able to obtain a free pdf copy of this pattern. First click the link and you will be taken to the blog post to get the coupon code. Don’t forget to go back each day to see what new pattern is being given away. Then, come back and click on the Ravelry link to get the pattern.

The yarn I used for this pattern came from my Knitcrate subscription,which was Knitologie Glowing. It was a pretty blue made from wool and silk, and it was so soft I could wait to work with it. And, this Cowl worked up quickly and only used one skein.

Anyway, let’s get to the pattern:

Materials Needed:
6.5 mm hook
1 skein, Knitologie Glowing worsted, or 150 yd. worsted weight yarn
scissors
needle

Difficulty: Easy

Stitches Used:

ch= chain
Sc= single crochet

dc = double crochet

Additional Terms
v-st= DC in stitch, ch1, DC in same stitch
Gauge: 13 dc and 10 rows=4 inches

Measurements:
36 inches x 8 inches

Additional Notes:
Cowl is worked flat and them seamed together to join. Ch-3 at beginning of rows count as a stitch.


Pattern:
Ch. 92. DC in 4th ch from hook. DC in each st until the end of the row.

Row. 2. Ch.3. (counts as a dc, here and throughout) sk 1st DC, and DC in each st across.

Row 3. Ch 3. Skip two DC. V-st in next st. *Sk next 2 DC and then v-st in the next. Repeat from * to last 2 St. Skip 1 and DC in the last.

Row 4. Ch 3. Skip first DC, *DC in each stitch and ch of v-st. Repeat from * across ending with a DC in last stitch.

Row 5. Ch 3, skip first DC and DC in each at across.

Row 6 -17: Repeat rows 3-5 as established.
Fasten off.

Button Hole Edge:
Attached yarn to one edge of the cowl. Ch1, and SC 30 stitches Evenly across the edge.

Row 2: ch1, SC in first sc, ch 2, skip 2 SC, SC in next 11 SC, ch 2, skip next 2 SC, SC in next 11 st, ch 2, skip 2 SC, SC in last stitch.

Row3: ch1, SC in each stitch across. Fasten off.

Button Edge:
Row 1: Attach yarn in corner on other end of cowl. Ch 1, SC 30 stitches Evenly across.
Fasten off.

Finishing:
Fold piece with each end touching. Mark other end where buttons should be placed, and sew buttons on.
Weave in all ends.

I hope you enjoy my pattern and thank you for stopping by! If you have any questions leave them in the comments below.

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©2020 Three Fates Creations. This pattern is not to be duplicated or resold, and not to be reproduced commercially. You may sell finished products on Etsy, at farmers markets, and craft fairs, but please credit Three Fates Creations as the pattern’s author. Thank you.

5 thoughts on “Glowing Seas Cowl”

  1. Pingback: Desamour DesignsModern Crochet DesignerFall Blog Hop: 19 Free Crochet Wearable Patterns

  2. Pretty & Unexpected. In that I would not have thought that this particular combination of stitches would be all that interesting, but it’s pretty.

    1. threefatescreation

      Yes. It is a glitch I’ve been trying to fix. For some reason if you hit the home button it says that, but if you click the links everything works. I’m hoping to have that fixed soon.

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