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This little cowl is so easy and quick to make! And it is perfect for times when a scarf or larger cowl are just “too much” bulk or warmth for the weather.
This is also a really quick pattern to make and quite easy for “Beginners”, especially if you make it without the flower. The flower is not difficult but may require more “Advanced Beginner” skills.
So here is the pattern! If you make a cowl using this pattern, I’d love to see it. Please post a photo in the comments of this pattern or in my Facebook Group, “Lakeview Cottage Kids Facebook Group”.
“Irish Eyes” Mini Cowl Pattern
By: Christine Longe
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Skill Level: Beginner/Advanced Beginner
Size: One Size
– 1 skein #6 Lion Brand Hometown USA yarn, 5 oz./81 yd
–Crochet Hook, Size M (9.00 mm)
— Button ( 1.25 inch)
– Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends and sewing on the flower and button.)
Gauge: 7 rows = 4 inches
(I crochet pretty loosely. If you crochet tighter, you may want to
adjust to a larger hook to get your desired size.)
Finished Size: 4.5 inches wide x 9.5 inches long (when finished cowl is laying flat). Before the seam is made the length is 19 inches long.
Stitches Used in the Pattern:
– ch = chain
– sc = single crochet
— scblo = single crochet in back loop only
– sl st = slip stitch
– dc = double crochet
— Using the “M” Crochet Hook, Ch 10.
Row 1: Sc in second stitch from hook. Sc in each chain across the row. Ch 1. (9 st). Turn.
Row 2: Single crochet in back loop only (scblo) in first stitch and across the row. Ch 1. (9 st) Turn.
Row 3 – 34: Repeat Row 2. Do not cut yarn.
Row 35: Now to take this ridged fabric and make it into a circle, match the ends together and slip stitch through the end stitch of each row on each end. (9 sl st). Fasten off. Weave in ends. Turn right side out (seam formed by slip stitching is on inside of cowl.)
— Using the “M” Hook and same yarn as cowl,
— Using the Magic Circle, first Ch 2 (this will count as the first dc) and then work 11 dc in the magic circle. (12 dc) Sl st in top of Ch 2. (This forms the center of the flower.).
*Ch 3, skip 1 dc, sl st in next st.*. Repeat from * to * 5 more times.
Sl st in first Ch 3 space. Ch 2, work 2 dc in the same Ch 3 space, Ch 2, sl st in same Ch 3 space.
Sl st in second Ch 3 space. Ch 2, work 2 dc in the same Ch 3 space, Ch 2, sl st in same Ch 3 space.
Sl st in third Ch 3 space. Ch 2, work 2 dc in the same Ch 3 space, Ch 2, sl st in same Ch 3 space.
Sl st in fourth Ch 3 space. Ch 2, work 2 dc in the same Ch 3 space, Ch 2, sl st in same Ch 3 space.
Sl st in fifth Ch 3 space. Ch 2, work 2 dc in the same Ch 3 space, Ch 2, sl st in same Ch 3 space.
Sl st in sixth Ch 3 space. Ch 2, work 2 dc in the same Ch 3 space, Ch 2, sl st in same Ch 3 space. Sl st in the st between the sixth and first Ch 3. This has formed 6 petals. Ch 1. Leave about 12 inches of yarn and cut yarn. Work in yarn end at center of flower.
Using a separate piece of yarn, attach button to center of flower. Know yarn to be sure button is secure and work in ends
Using yarn left when finishing flower, attach flower to cowl by stitching into cowl and back up into edge of center of flower. Come up through one side of stitch at edge of center and and back down through other side of stitch. Continue all the way around the center. End on the inside of the cowl and work in the ends.
Done! Enjoy hour cowl!
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