“Half Double Crochet” Winter Set – Free Twisted Cowl PatternHow To's . Patterns-Cowls . Video Tutorials
The second piece to my “Half Double Crochet” Winter Set is the Twisted Cowl. It is just the perfect accessory to keep your neck warm from that cold winter wind, all the while looking so stylish!! Again, it is one of the four pieces made from one skein of yarn and is made using almost entirely the half double crochet stitch.
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If you would like to learn or review the Half Double Crochet Stitch, check out my Video Tutorial here!
I really like the effect of the variegated yarn and the lovely, and easy, stitch. Enjoy making this fun, soft and warm twisted cowl!!
The “Half Double Crochet” Winter Set – Twisted Cowl
(Beanie, Twisted Cowl, Headwarmer,
One Size – Adult
Designed By: Christine Longe of Lakeview Cottage Kids
Adult – Woman
Materials Needed: (For the Entire Set!!)
- 1 (7 oz.) (328 yards) skein Bulky (#5) Premier “Puzzle” Yarn; Color: Dominoes (100% Acrylic)
- Crochet Hook, Size J/6.00 mm
- Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
Chain – ch
Half Double Crochet – hdc
Gauge: 4 inches = 10 half double crochet stitches and 4 inches = 6 3/4 rows
(I crochet pretty loosely. If you crochet tighter, you may want to adjust to a larger hook to get your desired size.)
Finished Size of Twisted Cowl: (Unstretched) : 8 inches wide x approximately 28 inches long (before twisting and seaming)
To make the entire set, you only need one skein of this lovely yarn!!
This twisted cowl is perfect for anyone attempting to make their first cowl!
Twisted Cowl Pattern
Row 1: Chain 21.
Row 2: Work 1 hdc in the first chain. Work 1 hdc in each chain across the row. Ch 1. Turn. (20 hdc)
Repeat Row 2 until the fabric is approximately 28 inches long.
Do not finish off yarn.
Set scarf on a table and take one end and twist it twice. Match the right side of both short ends together.
Create seam using a single crochet stitch that is worked through both ends of the fabric.
End with a Ch 1. Fasten off yarn and work in ends.
Turn cowl so the the seam is on the inside.
Your cowl is ready to wear!!
Enjoy your lovely new twisted cowl!
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