Camouflage Cowl

Camouflage Cowl Crochet Pattern Free
Camouflage Cowl

Camouflage Crochet Cowl – A super simple pattern

I was excited about creating this Crochet Cowl. This yarn was given to me by a friend and didn’t have it’s tag on, so I don’t know the name or brand of the yarn. However, I have found some excellent alternatives here:

I had this yarn for quite some time and couldn’t really decide what to make with it. A few days ago, I picked up the yarn, cast on a few stitches and let the yarn take me where it wanted.  I first thought it would be a sweater for my daughter, then thought maybe a scarf. It finally revealed itself to me. I guess the yarn found itself. It decided to be a Crochet Cowl. 

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Yarn and Materials:
  1. Yarn – Worsted Weight (4) – Approx 200 yards/ 1 skein. [Brand-unknown] – Alternatives here:

2. Crochet Hook Size – 5.5mm

Gauge

14 sc in 14 rows = 4″ or 10 cm. Gauge is not critical for this project.

Abbreviations:

Dc- Double Crochet
FPdc – Front Post Double Crochet
Ch – Chain
Ch-2 sp – Chain 2 space

Notes:
  1. The yarn I am using is a Worsted Weight Yarn ( If you are using a different weighted yarn, then use the hook mentioned on the skein of yarn. You can chain any number of stitches, so that it measures 24″ in length.) 
  2. This Crochet Cowl is worked in a rectangular piece and joined to form a closed loop.  
  3. Beginning ch 3 counts as 1 dc.
Pattern:

Ch 88.

Row 1 : Dc in 3rd chain from hook, dc in each st around, turn. (86 Dc)

Row 2 and Row 3 : Ch 3, (FPDc in next stitch, Dc in next st)- Repeat till 2nd last st, dc in last st, turn. (86 sts = 42 FPdc, 44 dc )

Row 4 – Row 12 : Ch 3, dc in each st around, turn. (86 dc)

Row 13 – Row 15 : Ch 3, (FPDc in next stitch, Dc in next st)- Repeat till 2nd last st, dc in last st, turn. (86 sts = 42 FPdc, 44 dc )

Fasten off, join the shorter sides of the rectangle using a tapestry needle.

It was a quick project and took about 2 hours to complete. The crochet cowl worked up well and is just warm enough for spring and autumn.

For the gloves, I used the Elizabeth Gloves pattern by Dabbles and Babbles

You can buy the finished item in my shop. If you know the name and brand of this yarn OR find any camo yarn that you have tried and love, please let me know in the comments below.  Looking forward to creating more scarves and crochet cowls for you to enjoy.

Happy Making,

Valerie


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