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Free Crochet Pattern: Single Arrow Cowl

This beginner-friendly crochet cowl features just one stitch, with a fun twist using increases/decreases. Easily dressed up or down, this cowl is essential to your winter/spring cowl collection. I hope you enjoy this pattern!


**Find an inexpensive PDF here**


This beginner-friendly crochet cowl features just one stitch, with a fun twist using increases/decreases. Easily dressed up or down, this cowl is essential to your winter/spring cowl collection. I hope you enjoy this pattern!




Materials:

  • 2 skeins of WeCrochet Muse Hand Painted, or approximately 230 yards of another Worsted/Aran weight yarn (sample uses the colorway Possibility Hand Painted)

  • Size 7.00mm crochet hook

  • Scissors

  • Yarn needle

  • Ruler to check gauge, if desired

Gauge:

It is not necessary to achieve a certain gauge for this pattern, but if you’re limited on yarn I suggest checking.


12 double crochet stitches by 7 double crochet rows = 4 inches


Pattern Notes:

  • Check out this beautiful yarn here.

  • The chain 2 at the beginning of the row does NOT count as a stitch.

  • The center chain one space does NOT count as a stitch.

  • To decrease/increase the circumference of your cowl, simple add/subtract the amount of rows by multiples of two.

Abbreviations:

ch: chain

dc: double crochet

dc2tog: double crochet two stitches together

[...]: work the instructions inside the brackets into one stitch/space as specified

st(s): stitch(es)

f/o: finish off


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Cowl:

Make a slip knot, and ch 31


Row 1: ch 2, dc2tog into the third and fourth chs from the hook, dc in ea of the next 13 sts, [dc, ch 1, dc] in the next st, dc in ea of the next 13 sts, dc2tog. Ch 2 and turn. (30 sts)


Rows 2-48: dc2tog, dc in ea st until the ch 1 space, [dc, ch 1, dc] in the ch 1 space, dc in ea st until two sts remain, dc2tog. Ch 2 and turn. (30 sts)


If you’d like your cowl to be larger in circumference, simply repeat row 2 until you reach your desired length. Keep in mind that any modifications will alter the amount of yardage required.


Regardless of row number, do not ch 2 and turn on the last row.


Do not f/o, proceed to Finishing Instructions


Finishing:

Ch 1 and turn. Fold the cowl in half with the two ends together, holding the working stitches (stitches of the last row) in front. Slip stitch across, working through both ends of the cowl.

See photo below.

Finish off and weave in your ends. Block if desired, and enjoy your cowl!



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