Free crochet cowl pattern
Looking for free crochet cowl patterns? You’re in luck! Today I am sharing a free cowl pattern with you! I designed this pattern years ago and have decided to place it on my blog as a free pattern. This will make a great gift for anyone on your list! The pattern is easy and quick and the yarn is easy-care, so you can make one for just about anyone.
Decide how many you want to make and get your yarn and hook ready. The yarn that I used for this crochet cowl, Berroco Comfort, is a worsted weight yarn. I held two strands together, so you could replace those two strands with one strand of bulky yarn if you prefer.
What’s great about crochet cowls?
Crochet cowls are similar to scarves, but with a major added bonus. They don’t come unwound from your neck and fall off! They are very convenient to wear because they stay hugged around your neck to keep you warm! And what’s great about this one? It’s a free crochet cowl pattern! Even better!
Chain Mail Cowl, a Free Crochet Cowl Pattern
By April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio
Berroco Comfort, 3.5oz/100g skeins, each approx 210yds/193m (50% Nylon, 50% Acrylic): 3 skeins #9713 Dusk
N/15 (10mm) or size needed to obtain correct gauge.
13 in (33 cm) tall x 39 1/4 in (99.5 cm) circumference
9 sts x 6 rows = about 4.5in (11.4cm) in dc with double stranded yarn
Front Post Treble (Fptr): Yarn over 2 times, insert hook from right to left, from front, to back, to front, around post of designated st, yarn over and pull up a loop, [yarn over and pull through 2 loops]3 times.
Back Post Treble (Bptr): Yarn over 2 times, insert hook from right to left, from back, to front, to back, around post of designated st, yarn over and pull up a loop, [yarn over and pull through 2 loops]3 times.
See my post stitch tutorial for help with these stitches!
Cowl is worked in rnds from bottom to top.
You will crochet with two strands of yarn held together. Need help with this? See my tutorial here.
Holding 2 strands together, ch 77, taking care not to twist ch, join to first ch with sl st.
Rnd 1(WS): Elongate loop on hook to height of dc, ch 1 (does not count as a st), dc in each ch around, join to first dc with sl st, turn — 77 dc.
Rnd 2: Elongate loop on hook to height of dc, ch 1, *dc in 6 dc, Fptr in next dc, repeat from * around, join to first dc with sl st, turn — 66 dc, 11 Fptr.
Rnd 3: Elongate loop on hook to height of dc, ch 1, *Bptr in next Fptr, dc in 6 dc, repeat from * around, join to first Bptr with sl st, turn — 66 dc, 11 Bptr.
Rnd 4: Elongate loop on hook to height of dc, ch 1, *dc in 6 dc, Fptr in next Bptr, repeat from * around, join to first dc with sl st, turn — 66 dc, 11 Fptr.
Rnds 5-18: Alternate repeating Rnds 3 and 4 for pattern, ending with a Rnd 4 repeat. Fasten off.
Using a yarn needle and beg tail, join ends of foundation ch together. With a yarn needle, weave in ends.
Looking for other cowl and scarf patterns? Look here:
Sierra Scarf – a ruffled scarf made in striping yarn for a beautiful effect!
Flyover Scarf – an infinity scarf that makes a great stashbusting project!
Berry Scarf – a simple striped infinity scarf
Brassica Scarf – a textured, asymmetrical beauty!