Lovely Ribbed Cowl. I came to the surprising realization last winter that I am someone who prefers a cowl to a scarf.
Perhaps it's because I live in a drafty old house and always want something toasty around my neck, something that stays put, something chic and easy, something that doesn't find its way into the soup I'm making or the dog food I'm pouring! So I decided to make a cowl that is as simple to knit as it is to wear. I love the idea of a vertically ribbed cowl that gently hugs your neck like your favorite turtleneck sweater. However, one thing I definitely didn't want was a whiplash collar, so this cowl is knit in a relaxed gauge that creates soft, billowing ripples. With a very loose bind off, it subtly widens at the bottom for an easy and totally comfy fit. The simplicity of this pattern serves as a great platform for gorgeous yarn. Update: September 2013 Here's another idea!
Pick up two skeins of Worsted Twist right here, and use the same easy-as-pie pattern as the original Suri Merino version! 2015091301. Craftybegonia's Julia: A New Cowl#.UyBz7OcgGSN#.UyCSV4Yo6Ci#.UyCSV4Yo6Ci. This is a beautiful cowl in a rich and lovely shade of teal.
It is super easy and very fast to make. It would make an ideal gift or charity project as well as a great addition to your warming accessories! Materials- Red Heart worsted weight yarn Real Teal (it takes less than half a skein) Crochet hook size H Scissors Blunt needle to weave in tails Abbreviations: ch = chain; dc = double crochet; sc = single crochet' tr = treble or triple crochet This pattern and all patterns on this blog have been written in American crochet terminology. With Real Teal and H hook, ch 90, sl st to join rnd, making sure not to twist the ch. Rnd 1- Ch 3, (does not count as a stitch), 1 dc in each ch around. (90 sts) Rnd 2- Ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), 1 sc in first st, 1 tr in next st, rep around.
Done! If you love Julia, leave me a note below, I love to hear from you guys! Where Does Your Happiness Come From? Shawl Collar Cowl. A few days ago a friend of mine sent me a picture of some wool socks with an accompanying message, "Today is the greatest day.
" Now, these socks weren't a gift from me or made by me; they weren't even handmade at all. But I knew exactly why he was so excited. I knew, because it's how I feel about neckwear: Fall is here! I get to wear wool again! While Brian is happily slipping his feet into thick cozy socks, I am joyfully layering up with my new Shawl Collar Cowl. The Shawl Collar Cowl shamelessly conjures the classic 'New England professor', if there is such a thing. It may not be quite cold enough here in New York for wool socks, but it certainly is for some knit neckwear. The Materials For the cowl’s exterior: 2 skeins of Blue Sky’s Techno, 68% baby alpaca, 10% extra fine merino and 22% silk. How to Crochet a Cowl Scarf. Share: Fall means chilly weather in the Midwest, so I love accessorizing my wardrobe with handmade cowls.
Ever wanted to know how to crochet a cowl scarf? If you already know how to crochet, this is a very simple pattern to make that only takes a few hours. It is also a very easy pattern to modify so that you can customize your cowl. I twisted mine, but you can leave yours straight if you would like to be able to pull it up over your face and keep your nose warm. This pattern assumes that you have basic crochet skills. Diamond Crochet Cowl. I’ve been admiring all the gorgeous crochet cowls out there lately – in stores, on Ravelry, and on my equally gorgeous friends.
I couldn’t resist creating my own version, and with Valentine’s Day on the horizon, I decided you can’t go wrong with diamonds! I’ve been wearing it all over town, feeling fancy – and getting requests for more! With only 18 rows it works up in a few hours and it makes a great treat for yourself or a gift for the neck of someone you love. Best of all, it comes in two sizes, with all the info you need to create custom lengths of your own! Diamond Crochet CowlAdd this pattern to your Ravelry Queue This cowl pattern starts with a fsc, but you can start with a row of ch and a row of sc if preferred.
Yarn: Worsted Weight Yarn, 210 yards (I happened to use two of the thinner ww yarns.) The black, neck-length sample is made with Red Heart Shimmer.The red, chest-length sample, is made with Naturally Caron Country. Free Crochet Pattern for Butterscotch Cowl - Crochet Zone. I don’t like things that are too tight around my neck so I tend not to wear cowls, but I love this crochet pattern.
The yarn is soft and it has such nice drape that it does not feel overpowering and the lacy stitches make it light. I wear it under a coat for a little extra warmth, but mostly I wear it for style over tops and jackets. Size: Adult, approximately 8” x 54” Materials: • Light Worsted or DK Weight yarn approximately 300 yards • Hook I/5.50 mm • Yarn needle for weaving ends Gauge: Not important for this project Abbreviations: Beg – beginning Ch – chain Dc – double crochet Sc – single crochet Sl st(s) – slip stitch(es) St(s) – stitch(es) Shell – (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc) in same stitch. Cocoon Me Cowl & Shawlette pattern by Rose Beck. Tenderness ENG. Stripeswithacurl. Quick Cabled Cowl pattern by Gabrielle O'Leary.