Keeping good on my promise from JJCrochet’s Facebook page to share the pattern, I pulled out my notes and here you have it: a free crochet pattern for a chevron cowl. I’ve been obsessed with chevron/ zig-zag prints and made a cute chevron hat last night. I’m still working out the kinks of the pattern, but will hopefully have that finished soon.
Crochet Chevron Cowl Pattern
- Size H (5.0mm) crochet hook
- Worsted weight yarn (I used my go-to favorite, Vanna’s Choice)
6 inches wide; 31 inches around.
To make cowl larger or smaller, work in multiples of 12. Cowl is worked in flat, then sewn together using the infinity loop method.
Chain 84 +2 (Extra chain 2 counts as first Dc).
Row 1: Skip 2 chain, Dc in next 3 chains. *2 Dc in next chain, 2 dc in next chain. Dc in next 4 chain. Dc2tog, dc2tog. Dc in next 4 chain.* [<–Repeat is worked across 10 stitches]. Repeat from * to * around, ending with 1 Dc. Chain 2, turn. (82 stitches)
Row 2: Working in back loops only (blo), Dc in first 3 chains. *2 Dc in next chain, 2 dc in next chain. Dc in next 4 chain. Dc2tog, dc2tog. Dc in next 4 chain.* Repeat from * to * around, ending with 1 dc. Chain 2, turn (82 stitches)
Repeat Row 2 seven more times until you have a total of 9 rows.
Using the infinity loop method, twist ends of cowl before sewing together. Using this method will put a half-twist in your cowl and allow it to lie flat.
Also, this was very unintentional, but I am about to leave for a long weekend and took a day off of work soooo this is a throw back to “Free Pattern Friday“. (For those who weren’t around last summer, every Friday, I would post–you guessed it–a free pattern.) Coming full circle – love it.
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