Thursday, 24 September 2009

Unisex Cowl – ‘Neckie’ Crochet

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This is a very easy and fast pattern to complete. Use any yarn you wish but the thicker/heavier the warmer the cowl. I used just 50gm.
Hook 10mm, Use any multiple of 2 to create the desired length. This cowl is worked in the round.
Chain 60,
Join with a sl st and work continuous rounds until the cowl is the desired size. Here I used double crochet stitch to add to the thermal properties of the cowl.
1st Rnd – sc all the way around.
2nd and all subsequent rnds *dc, ch1* until complete.
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13 comments:

Jen said...

Beautiful Cowl. I want to make a few of these for Christmas...thank you for the pattern.

The Sunroom said...

Jen,

You are most welcome and I'm glad you will be using the pattern:-)

Monica said...

Thank you..it is beautiful. I would love to know the yarn that you used.

aj said...

Just a quick question. On subsequent rounds, are you doing the *dc, ch1* in each dc, each ch1-space, or both? Just so I have an idea of how to set this up, as I think I'm going to make several of these for family members and friends...

Anonymous said...

Could you please clarify?
*dc, ch 1* meaning, round 2 = 60dc + 60 ch, round 3 120 dc, 120 ch………..?
Or rnd. 2 30 dc, 30 ch, rnd. 3 60 dc 60 ch……..?
Or rnd 2 30 dc, 30 ch………..?
Thank you Martina

The Sunroom said...

Hi There,
Just to clarify.
you work one dc under the previous dc not into it, then ch 1 and dc under the next dc.
I hope this clears things up for you and thanks.

Anonymous said...

wonderful and easy pattern. I have been to Scotland stayed there for three weeks.. loved every moment I was there..thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

This is sooo pretty! I was unclear about dc-ing in the previous dc as it looks like that in the picture. I've tried both ways and like the look. Can you please tell me how many rows you used to make the one pictured? I love the colors you used too. Did you add on making it three colors or just two? The gradation in the tan yarns look as though they might be two different shades of tan colored yarns. I Love yours!!! Can't wait to make several in different colors. You sure have an eye for this. Great pattern! Thank you for sharing!

Anonymous said...

what do you mean "under" the next dc?

Squirrel Nutkin said...

I'm pretty newly getting back to this and am not clear what you mean by 'under' the dc.... is the pick up through the loop created by the two adjacent dcs? ...
ie: 'through the bridge to hook the thread' as my mum put it 40 odd years ago? I can no longer ask her... (d:1999)

Jackie said...

This is so lovely! I've attempted and ripped my out twice, I don't know what I'm doing wrong! It ended up looking like a clown collar, lol.

Trying attempt #3 now!

Anonymous said...

you mean dc in the chain one space, right?

Anonymous said...

This is a beautiful cowl, just what I have been looking for. However, creator hasn't posted lately. Has anyone figured out this pattern. I am new to crochet. Thank you very much.