The “Autumn Day Cowl” – Free NowPatterns - Autumn . Patterns-Cowls . Patterns-Scarves
As the autumn days get cooler and more crisp here in Wisconsin, I start looking for scarves, hats, cowls and mittens to add to my fall and winter wardrobe. As you might think, I have many in my closets and dresser drawers, but I love making new items each year. So, today I am introducing my newest cowl pattern! I really like the size and shape of it. I liked making and wearing it so much that I actually made 4 different colors of the design in one week. I have photos of them here on my post! The cowl is great to wear as a single cowl but it also works really well when doubled up. By doubled up I mean wearing two cowls…..each a dfferent color. I really like the look and for really cold winter days, it will be so nice and warm!!
I usually have many colors of Red Heart “Super Saver” yarn in my studio! And, so when I designed this pattern, I had that yarn in mind. I chose to use 4 different colors to make my cowls. I love how each turned out! The colors I used were Gold, Pumpkin, Burgandy and Spring Green.
The size of each skein is 7 oz./198 g and 364 yds/333m. The yarn is 100% acrylic and is Machine Washable and Dryable. Each of my cowls took approximately 1/2 of a skein or 3.5 oz.
This “Super Saver” yarn works beautifully for this pattern, but any similar #4 weight yarn can be used.
This lovely cowl is constructed as one flat piece of fabric and is then seemed together to form a circle. The fabric, before seaming, is approximately 30 inches long. When folded and seamed it is 15 inches long and the width is approximately 9 inches, Really a perfect size to wear indoors over a sweater or outdoors with your favorite winter coat.
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The “Autumn Day Cowl” Pattern
Crochet Beanie (Teen and Adult Woman)
Teen/Adult Woman Size – One Size Fits Most
(You will want to make this in many different colors!)
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Designed By: Christine Longe of Lakeview Cottage Kids
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Teen/Adult – One Size Fits Most
Finished Size of Cowl: Approximately 15 inches wide (when folded and seamed) x 9 inches tall
Gauge: 4 – inch square of pattern = 3 clusters x 3 cluster rows
Chain Stitch – ch
Double Crochet – dc
Single Crochet – sc
Skip – sk
Cluster – Skip 3 dc, work (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) all in the next ch-3 sp
This pattern uses US Crochet Terminology.
This stitch pattern is made with a Chain Multiple of 4.
(The link I have provided below, if you click on the yarn, goes to Amazon where you can purchase the exact yarn that I used to design this pattern. It is the yarn featured in the photos here.). Or you can use any similar weight #4 yarn.
– Yardage Needed for One Cowl: 182 yds or 3.5 oz. of Super Saver Yarn
– Crochet Hook, Size “H”/5.00 mm
– Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends
- Tape Measure
(This makes a lovely cowl that is so easy to wear and keeps the wearer nice and warm. You will love it! This cowl can be made in any of the beautiful Super Saver colors or you can use any #4 weight yarn. 2 cowls can be worn together. The mix-and-match feature of this pattern is a lovely fashion statement.)
Using “H”/5.00 mm Hook
Row 1: Dc in the 4th ch from the hook; *sk next 3 chs, work (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) all in the next ch.* Repeat from * to * across the row until the last 4 chs. Skip 3 chs, sc in the last ch. Ch 3. Turn.
Round 2: Dc in the first sc; *sk the next 3 dc, work (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) all in the next ch-3 space*. Repeat from * to * across the row. Sc in the top of the turning ch. Ch 3. Turn.
Round 3 – 39: (Until the fabric measures approximately 29 inches.) Repeat Row 2 for the pattern and then work the Final Row.
Final Row: Dc in the first sc, ch 1, sc in the next ch-3 sp; *ch 3, sc in the next ch-3 sp*. Repeat from * to * to the last 2 sts. Dc in the next sc, dc in the top of the turning ch.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
I think you, too, will want to make more than one of these!! This cowl is also a great Christmas gift, too!!
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Best Wishes and Stay Cozy!!
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