Introducing the “Hygge Soft Rose Cowl”News
“Hygge Soft Rose Cowl”
By: Christine Longe
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This wonderfully soft and beautifully colored cowl is a perfect addition to your “hygge” experience, whether you are out and about on a snowy afternoon walk or if you are home snuggled into your favorite chair, nestled by the fireplace, drinking a delightfully satisfying cup of tea and reading a book or working on a new crochet project.
“Hygge” (pronounced “hoo-gah”) is a Danish word that basically means cozy comfort and contentment! Just hearing that makes me feel good! It has been a way of life in Denmark for hundreds of years, but really picked up traction in the United States in 2018.
To keep in step with this trend, Red Heart Yarns created “Hygge” Yarns in just beautiful colors….and it feels heavenly!!! (70 % acrylic and 30 % nylon.). Definitely “hygge”!!!! This pattern is so easy and so beautiful and so soft…..you will absolutely love it! So, here it is!!!
Designed By: Christine Longe of Lakeview Cottage Kids
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Skill Level: Easy/Beginner
Size: One Size
– 1 skein (5 oz./141 grams/132 yards/121 m) Hygge Yarn (The color that I used is called “Powder”.)
– Crochet Hook, Size I/5.50 mm
– Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
Gauge: 5 sc/dc clusters = 4 inches wide; 5 sc/dc clusters = 4 inches tall
(I crochet pretty loosely. If you crochet tighter, you may want to adjust to a larger hook to get your desired size.)
Finished Size: 5 1/4 inches x 16 1/4 inches (when complete – folded and laying flat)
Stitches Used in the Pattern:
– fsc = foundation single crochet
– ch = chain
– sc = single crochet
– dc = double crochet
– sl st = slip stitch
– sc/dc cluster = single crochet/double crochet cluster
**This pattern uses the “Suzette Stitch”. It is also called the “Thicket Stitch”. To make it, you must chain a “multiple of 2”. So if you would like a wider or narrower cowl, just adjust to more or less chains in a multiple of 2.
Click HERE to view my YouTube video tutorial on the “Suzette” Stitch.
- With “I” Hook, and using the Foundation Single Crochet Stitch, Ch 80 stitches. Ch 1. Turn.
Row 1: Sc in first stitch, dc in same first stitch. (This forms what I call a “cluster”. *Skip 1 st. Sc and dc in next stitch.* Repeat from * to * to end of row. The last cluster of sc, dc will be in the last stitch of the row. Ch 1. (80 st)
Row 2: *Skip first stitch (this is a dc), sc in second stitch (this is a sc), dc in the same stitch.*. Repeat from * to * to end of row. The last cluster of sc, dc will be in the last stitch of the row. Ch 1. Turn. (80 st)
Row 3 – 10: Repeat Row 2.
Row 11: Work 1 sc in first stitch. Work 1 sc in each stitch across the row. Ch 1. Do not fasten off yarn. (80 st)
You now have a flat piece of fabric that is so soft and drapes beautifully!!!
To connect the ends together to form a circular cowl, bring right sides together. Match ends together and using sc, work sc evenly across to seam both ends together. Be sure to catch both sides of fabric. You will have approximately 14 to 15 sc to seam it together. Ch 1.
Fasten off yarn. Weave in ends.
You are done!! Enjoy the “hygge” lifestyle, wearing this lovely cowl!
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